01:35PM, Friday 30 September 2016
As every good parent knows… if the kids are happy so are you! So, if you have a little shining star who just loves to entertain, why not unlock your child’s creative potential and put them on the stage?
You are definitely onto a winner if you take your child to Razzamataz Theatre Schools which is a thriving network of performing schools that began as a pitch on BBC2's Dragon’s Den. Duncan Bannatyne was happy to back the business because he saw the value in the fun-filled, energetic activities on offer to young children from ages 4 to 18.
Leah Mills is principal of Razzamataz Marlow and the newly opened Reading school. These two schools provide pop singing, street dancing, musical theatre and drama opportunities for many local, shining stars on top of supporting a child’s development, building their confidence and teaching them the importance of team work.
Classes are hosted each Saturday at both venues during school term time on the following schedule and 2016/2017 termly prices:
Mini Class (ages 4-5): 9:30am to 10:30am, cost £100 per term
Junior Class (ages 6-8): 9.30am to 12:15pm, cost £200 per term
Senior Class (ages 9-16): 9:30am to 12:30pm, cost £230 per term
In celebration of Razzamataz’s new venue opening it is offering our readers a chance to win two scholarship places; one for Reading and one for Marlow, for their child, aged 4 to 18, to join its 2016/17 academic year. Plus each child is provided with a Razzamataz uniform t-shirt.
To enter, simply answer the following question:
Which Dragon’s Den mogul supported the idea of Razzamataz Theatre School in 2007?
Email your answer, along with your name, your child's name and age, and address to email@example.com.
Please advise if you do not wish to receive information on future competitions or other marketing material from Razzamataz Theatre School. None of your information will be passed on to third parties.
Competition closes on Thursday, October 6.
Terms and Conditions:
Competition is open to over 18s for a child placement for ages between 4 to 18.
This competition ends on Thursday, October 6, 2016.
One email entry only - spammers will be disqualified.
The prize is as stated and there is no cash alternative. The organiser’s decision is final. No correspondence will be entered into from Razzamataz Theatre School.
Employees of Razzamataz Theatre School and their families cannot enter.
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