Dragons’ Den theatre school opening in Liverpool South

After a successful appearance on BBC’s Dragons’ Den in January 2007, Razzamataz Theatre Schools have been opening all across the country and now it is the turn of Liverpool South.
When founder and director of Razzamataz Denise Hutton-Gosney appeared on the show, Duncan Bannatyne was quick to spot the huge potential of the part-time theatre schools business and offered the full investment.
Since the Den, Denise and her dedicated team have been busy building up the Razzamataz brand.
There are now almost 40 schools up and down the country and Lyndsey Winstanley, principal of Razzamataz at The Belvedere Academy is delighted to bring Razzamataz’s unique blend of performing arts to local children.
“Nurturing young talent and building up a child’s confidence and self-esteem is a big part of what we do at Razzamataz,” said Lyndsey.
“We teach the children a mix of commercial street dance and musical theatre so they get to experience the very best of what the performing arts has to offer.”
As well as classes run by a team of experienced teachers, Razzamataz also prides itself of being able to bring in top professionals in their field to work with their students to inspire them to be the very best they can be.
“I am delighted to be bringing Razzamataz to Liverpool. The whole team is passionate about what they do and the structure of the classes allow children to enjoy and learn about the whole spectrum of performing arts in a fun and stimulating environment.”

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