Welcome to Razzamataz Leeds.
Razzamataz Theatre Schools was launched in 2000 and achieved national recognition in 2007 after a memorable appearance on BBC’s Dragons’ Den, winning the investment from Duncan Bannatyne.
Razzamataz Theatre School in Leeds puts its students at the very heart of everything it does. We provide affordable, performing arts training for children and young people. Your child will really benefit from access to some of the most talented performers through specialist workshops and classes.
At Razzamataz Theatre School Leeds we use theatre arts within small class sizes to nurture a child’s confidence and self-esteem, all the time making sure every student has a lot of fun whilst they are learning new skills and making new friends.
Contact us NOW to book a fun, exciting FREE taster class – places are limited but we have taster classes very soon. Don’t delay and risk missing out on a place!
Our Razzamataz Leeds Patrons
Stars of TV and Theatre, Wendi Peters and Shaun Williamson, are our Patrons at Razzamataz Theatre School Leeds and both very keen to support us and endorse everything we deliver.
Wendi (left), known to many for her television role as Coronation Street’s Cilla Battersby-Brown, says “I’m so thrilled to be a patron of such a wonderful theatre school which has great singing, dancing and acting classes. But at Razzamataz Leeds it’s also all about building confidence in the children and making sure they have a fabulous time.
With Jude and Phil at the helm, and their many years of theatrical and child teaching experience, the children are certain to thrive.
I look forward to hearing and seeing the kids progress over the next few terms but the main thing is that they have fun !!!”
Shaun, from BBC Television’s “Eastenders”, “Extras” and many more, met up with Principals Jude and Phil (right) and expressed his real delight at taking on the mantle of Patron for the School. He visits the School whenever he is working in the area.
“Jude and Phil are exactly the right people to head the Razzamataz Leeds School and I can only say how proud I am to have the role of Patron”, he said. “Being a school that actually cares about the children first is a terrific ethos. I just know they will be nurturing the talents and skills of some fine young people of Leeds over the years to come.
I visited the school and was really impressed at the level of skill in all classes, from the very young ones up to the mid-teens. The teaching team are obviously doing a great job all round.I can’t recommend this school highly enough to any young person who wants to improve their performing skills, make loads of new friends and have a great time doing it.”
So come and join the Razzamataz Theatre School Leeds family to experience a range of styles from classic West End musical theatre to funky authentic street dance and pop singing. There are always lots of opportunities to perform for both boys and girls, from local theatres and festivals to the glittering lights of London’s West End stage.