About

Welcome to Bedazzle Performing Arts. We are a Theatre Company designed to increase and inspire the creativity and confidence of our students. We focus on Musical Theatre genres, Acting, Dance and Singing.

Bedazzle was established in 2006 with our Saturday Theatre school which is still going strong today!

If you are aged 3 – 21 there is something for you. Having fun and confidence building play a huge part in our educational courses, which run along side the National Curriculum. However, if you’re a budding performer there’s no better place to grow your talent. There is the opportunity to join our professional casting agency.

We are also a LAMDA (London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts) exam centre with Bedazzle being its own LAMDA centre means students do not need to travel to various locations and examinations are set annually within our premises. Bedazzle prides its self with our 100% pass rate up to the highest grade obtainable from the LAMDA syllabus.

Our unique and extravagant productions really do set us apart from other theatre schools, only ever using national and  professional theatres with tech and lighting teams. The productions are larger then life as we believe our students deserve the best when it comes to performing and experiencing the industry profession as it should be.

Our Students usually stay with us for life and getting rid of them has been a struggle over the years, with our students going onto vocational training and university studying performing arts, they often come back to teach with us or supplying workshops…I guess you could say we produce a fine bread of budding stars!

Tamara Lee Smart and Lisa Cureton the Bedazzle Principals for Bedazzle Performing Arts have an extensive knowledge within the arts, training together at prestigious theatre schools in London. They both gained teachers recognition and worked to gain industry experience, together their vast experience in Film, TV, Acting, Theatre, Choreography and Music brings them to develop the students knowledge for skills needed to become a performer.