Rascals Theatre School

About Rascals Theatre School
Rascals is a family run business owned by husband and wife team Dan & Diane Neave.

They opened their first Saturday school back in 1997 and then developed their unique after school format with the launch of their first after school session in 2000. The Rascals energetic spirit has steadily grown, developed and expanded with the opening of several new branches and new teachers trained up in our teaching methods and class formats. In addition, their exceptional Disco and Dance parties takes the Rascals flavour to children all over Essex and Diane and Dan continue to work tirelessly to ensure that their friendly, energetic and most importantly FUN atmosphere is maintained at every school!


Tel: 01376 331543 - Our office is open between 9.30am and 3pm Monday to Friday.

Alternatively Email us at:admin@rascals-uk.com

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Our website is http://www.rascals-uk.com

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