Welcome to Razzamataz Sutton Coldfield.
Razzamataz Theatre Schools was launched in 2000 and achieved national recognition in 2007 after a memorable appearance on BBC’s Dragons’ Den, winning the investment from Duncan Bannatyne, who remains a committed partner supporting all new Razzamataz ventures.
Razzamataz Sutton Coldfield launched in 2006 and has since grown from strength to strength, having since been relaunched by joint Principals and Franchisee’s Nick Furlong and Gemma Hextall in 2015. Offering tuition to ages 2-18 we pride our selves on top quality tuition at affordable prices. Nick and Gemma are proud and delighted to have been awarded the accolade of Best New Franchisee’s 2015 and Best Marketing Campaign 2016, followed by Best Customer Service 2017, Best Community Spirit 2017 and Best Business Builder 2017.
Razzamataz Sutton Coldfield is proud to put the welfare of its students at the heart of everything it does. From providing affordable part-time performing arts training for children and young people throughout the UK, to giving them access to some of the most talented performers through specialist workshops and classes, Razzamataz Sutton Coldfield uses theatre arts within small class sizes to nurture a child’s confidence and self-esteem, all while making sure they are having a lot of fun.
Come and join the Razzamataz family to experience a range of styles from classic West End musical theatre to funky street dance and pop singing. There are always lots of opportunities to perform for both boys and girls, from local theatres and festivals to the glittering lights of Professional theatres!
“We could not have asked for anything better! A standout highlight of the festival!” Big family festival organisers comments on our festival entertainments work, July 2016
“Razz has really made a big change in my life and has made it so much better! I really feel at home here.” 15 year old Razz Sutton Student, July 2016
“I truly am grateful for Razz for providing my daughter with such amazing opportunities to grow as a person and excel in life.” Razz Sutton Parent, June 2016