Welcome to Razzamataz Sheffield.

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.

Razzamataz Sheffield launched in September 2012 and has since grown from strength to strength. Offering tuition to ages 2-18 we pride our selves on top quality tuition at affordable prices. Our aim is to develop your child’s confidence, help them make new friends and learn new skills all whilst having lots of fun in a safe and secure environment.

The school is delighted to have been awarded Most Outstanding School four times alongside being recognised as a top fundraiser for the network’s charity The Future Fund. These awards are a testament to the hard work, passion and enthusiasm of both students and staff.

The school regularly performs in the local community with performances having included Meadowhall, Sheffield Town Hall, the Sheffield Lyceum and the Sheffield Christmas Light Switch On. We produce an annual stage show where all students are given the opportunity to showcase their skills in a production. We also have frequent opportunities to perform outside of Sheffield including London’s West End and Disneyland Paris.

Alongside our industry professional teaching team we are often visited by working performers, these include Minis and Juniors being taught by David Ribi who is a presenter on Channel 5’s Milkshake and Inters and Seniors have had workshops with cast members from top West End musicals such as Come From Away.

Students have also secured places to further their professional full time performing arts training at SLP College, CAPA College and Shockout Arts. Seniors student Ruby Tyree was also awarded £3000 funding from the Razzamataz Future Fund charity towards her training. Young students can also be seen on CBeebies and CiTV’s Scrambled.

Other opportunities offered at the school include Children’s University, Annual Award ceremonies, Summer and Easter schools and loads of fun!