Razzamataz students had the amazing opportunity of taking part in the pre-parade in the Disneyland Park in Paris as well as performing in an exclusive Razzamataz Disney show.
From the classic Mickey and Minnie to the more current Elsa and Anna from Frozen, Disney is a magical place for both children and adults alike. Students who attend part-time theatre school Razzamataz had the amazing opportunity of taking part in the pre-parade in the Disneyland Park in Paris as well as performing in an exclusive Razzamataz Disney show.
The RazzaMagique event from the 24th to the 27th November 2017 featured a number of the Razzamataz schools within the network who came together to produce a gala performance celebrating all things Disney.
Denise Hutton-Gosney, MD and Founder of Razzamataz, said:
"It is a privilege to work with Disney to be able to offer our students this wonderful opportunity. The songs and dances from Disney are real classics so to be able to perform them in such an iconic venue is going to be very special. Disney is all about making magical memories and we know that this will certainly be the case for our students, their families and their school Principals."
Razzamataz came to national prominence after an appearance on Dragons’ Den in 2007 and Duncan Bannatyne became an investor. All these years on and Razzamataz is still one of the top four classic entrepreneurs from the BBC show. A big part of the success of Razzamataz is constantly working to find new and exciting opportunities for students.
"We have been performing at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London for a number of years now and we wanted to add another really high profile event that would keep our Principals, their teachers and students excited. It is important for us to constantly look to new ways of keeping students motivated to stay one step ahead of the competition. A student coming to Razzamataz can now get involved in many different performing opportunities from Disney to the West End as well as annual shows and local events."
All the Razzamataz schools offer a varied curriculum to create ‘triple threat performers’. During the singing, dancing and acting classes, the children are exposed to a range of genres from street dance and commercial singing through to more traditional West End musical theatre to make them rounded performers. Throughout the classes, the emphasis is on having fun and working as a team to teach valuable life skills that all students will benefit from.
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