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Leah Mills

0118 4050 060

A little about me...

Leah Mills is the Principal of Razzamataz Marlow. Leah is a local music teacher with a wealth of experience teaching students of all ages. With a love of music and the performing arts, she aims to offer children a safe and fun place to develop their skills and make new friends. Razzamataz Marlow offers a variety of opportunities to its students and invites you to get in touch and join the fun!

Christina Cameron

Dance Teacher

Christina has many strings to her bow. She is a street dancer with Urban Strides Street Dance Company and has performed at many festivals over the past 2 years. At the start of 2017, she was selected as 1 of 7 dancers to go on a 23-date arena tour with 'Young Voices' all over the UK dancing in venues such as London's O2, Royal Albert Hall, Sheffield Arena, Manchester Arena & Birmingham's Genting Arena. Prior to joining Urban Strides, she trained to a very high level in many other dance disciplines including tap, jazz & ballet. She is also one of only 125 Level 4 Qualified Street Dance teachers in the world! Lindsey at our Marlow school is another! Christina is also pursuing a career as a singer & songwriter and is part of an artist development programme with River Studios in Southampton.

Henry Bearman

Drama Teacher

Henry started performing at a theatre company many years ago. He has performed in shows such as Beauty and the Beast (as Chip), Les Miserables (as Marius), Miss Saigon (as Chris), and many more. This inspired Henry to want more musical theatre in his life and went on to train at READ College in Reading, Berkshire, after finishing his GCSEs. Henry is now studying at the prestigious Arts Educational School of London. He teaches a variety of classes including singing, improvisation, physical theatre and dance in different towns around the South East. Henry has just begun his journey with Razzamataz Reading and is very excited to be part of the team!

Bekah Spencer

Minis and Singing Teacher

A former member of West Berkshire Youth Dance Company and ‘Madame Thernardier’ in Les Miserables: (Education Edition), Bekah discovered a passion and excitement for performing from a young age through taking part in local theatre company productions and dance shows. She is currently training in a variety of styles of singing, dancing and acting at READ College in Reading, where she has been studying Musical Theatre for the past 2 years. Bekah really enjoys working with children to further develop their creativity and enthusiasm to learn. She is excited to be joining the Razz team and is looking forward to working with Razz Reading, to share her passion for performance and encourage all students to pursue their interests and develop their skills.