Sat 19th: Razzamataz theatre school to be opened by Tom Chambers

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tom chambersFollowing a successful taster session last weekend, Razzamataz Marlow will be officially opened  by celebrity guest


Strictly Come Dancing winner Tom, of Holby City and Waterloo Road  fame will be opening the new part-time performing arts school in Marlow on 19th September.

Leah Mills, Principal of Razzamataz Marlow and the team are thrilled to have Tom at the launch of the school. “It is wonderful that Tom is able to attend the event and will show the new students what can be achieved with hard work, enthusiasm and support in the Performing Arts”.

To come along and see what Razzamataz can offer young performers aged 4 to 18 and to be part of the opening, contact Leah at  or 01628 854944

Razzamataz will also be at the Marlow Carnival with a stall and running a competition for a free term.

razzamataz kidsWhat is Razzamataz?

The Razzamataz curriculum includes West End musical theatre, drama, pop singing, commercial street dance and hip-hop and allows children to enjoy and learn about the whole spectrum of performing arts in a fun and stimulating environment. Razzamataz makes sure that the curriculum is accessible and exciting to all age groups.

In addition to the obvious health benefits, participation in theatre arts teaches self-discipline, confidence, and team skills, and benefits children and young people in many areas as they acquire life and performance skills.

razzamataz on stageBook your child’s FREE TASTER SESSION on Saturday morning place by contacting: or 01628 854944.

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Article author: Paul Merchant

About the author: Founded in its original version back in 2000 - yes the internet DID exist back then. Brought up in Marlow, went to school here, now has children at the same schools. Quite clearly loves all things Marlow - hence spending over 2 decades doing this!

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