Razzamataz Bristol North 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.
Aged 2-17? Come and join the Razzamataz family to experience a range of styles from classic West End musical theatre to street dance and pop singing. There are opportunities to perform for boys and girls, from local theatres and festivals to the glittering lights of London’s West End, and even Disney's Main Street Parade.
We are now a Registered Learning Destination for the Children's University, where you can win points for your portal.
Based at Yate Academy, Sundridge Park, Yate BS37 4DX
Tel: 07929 059279
Tel: 07809 709003
Under the Edge Arts is a community arts project in Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire.
We run classes, events, performances and workshops in a wide range of activities, including visual arts, crafts, literature and performing arts.
Our postal address for correspondence is Under the Edge Arts, 14 Cotswold Gardens, Wotton Under Edge GL12 7HW.
Events held at Chipping Hall, The Chipping, Wotton-under-Edge GL12 7AD
Tel: 07791 323 869
Wotton under Edge Arts Festival’s aim is to encourage artistic talent, both local and from further afield. The endeavour is to present a varied programme of arts to appeal to all the community.
The longevity of the Festival is due in no small part to its strong community base and the support of local people and organisations.
Wotton-under-Edge Dramatic Society is one of Gloucestershire’s oldest amateur theatre groups, with a series of over 200 productions since its formation in 1932. Classic and modern dramas provide serious entertainment for the discerning theatregoer. Popular pantomimes, specially written by Society members Jane Parker and Anthony Young, regularly delight audiences of all ages. Our performances are in a small theatre in the Town Hall, with a proscenium arched stage and space for productions “in the round”. Audiences of around 100 enjoy comfortable seating and full access for those with disabilities. There have also been occasional productions “on tour”, in local churches or even a pub garden. Shows are regularly entered for county drama awards and regional Rose Bowl competitions, garnering many prizes for acting, direction, costumes and production.