Razzamataz Franchisees Amy Limpkin & Emily Conor won the Razzamataz Franchise of the Year Award 2017. Hear from them as they talk about their how they have achieved success with their Razzamataz Franchise.
Meet Jessica from Razzamataz Brentwood which launched in September 2017. Due to the success of Jessica's business Jessica is now looking to grow her business further.
Kayleigh, a former performer and teacher launched Razzamataz Newcastle in September 2016. Hear from Kayleigh as she talks about why she decided to become a Razzamataz Principal and how she manages her business around her two young children.
Former West End performer Michael French talks about his journey with Razzamataz Theatre Schools and why he decided after 15 years to start up his own Theatre School.
Under 25 and already a successful business owner. Meet Alison Beveridge freelance performer and franchisee owner at Razzamataz Durham.
The Razzamataz classes cover everything from traditional West End and Broadway musicals through to street dance, pop singing and drama, but franchisees do not directly teach the classes, so there's no need for you to Move Like Jagger or sing like Beyoncé
You will market your school, employ assistants and teachers and build relationships with pupils, parents and their local communities.
Razzamataz was created with a simple dream, to make performing arts available to all young people no matter their background or circumstances.
The Razzamataz Theatre Schools Franchise is a part-time Childrens Dance and Drama Business that attracts franchisees from all walks of life. Franchisees do not directly teach the classes, so there's no need for you to Move Like Jagger or sing like Beyoncé.
I don’t have a business background so after deciding to retire from professionally performing it was the memories of Razzamataz on Dragons’ Den that set the wheels in motion. I was really inspired by the brand and the business model and because it is a franchise business we receive a lot of help and support from Head Office as well as on-going training so I can make Razzamataz Barnet the success that I believe it can be. In the last 12 months, I have doubled my student numbers in a very competitive market and I have now clear plans on how I would like my business to progress this year.Michael French, Razzamataz Barnet
I specifically wanted to go for a franchise, and in particular Razzamataz because of the support from Head Office and other Principals. This is a network of theatre school owners so you are in business for yourself but not by yourself.Alison Beveridge, Razzamataz Durham.
Buying into a franchise is an excellent way to begin running your own business. You have all the benefits of working for yourself but the added support and proven success of a well established and recognised brand. For a person new to business, it is ideal.Helen Green, Razzamataz Sheffield
Affordable part time performing arts lessons
TWO franchises for the price of ONE!
One of Dragons Den most successful investments!