Brand New Class with Tessa’s Jazz Hands in SW London.
Due to popular demand – places are now available for our new 4-6 year old class at Tessa’s Jazz Hands. Starting January 2017. Every Wednesday from 4 to 4:30 pm. Excluding School Holidays. Only £5 per child per lesson. At All Saints Church Hall, Park Avenue, East Sheen, London, SW14 8AU.
Tessa’s Jazz Hands is a fantastic, competition winning Musical Theatre After School Club in SW London. Learning how to sing, dance and act, all at the same time, gaining confidence, learning about the acting industry and making new friends.
“The first club my daughters have run to get to every week – they adore Tessa and it has brought out their confidence hugely” (Ellie’s and Izzy’s Mum)
“Bella has absolutely adored Tessa’s Jazz Hands from the moment she first started. It is the most friendly and welcoming class. The kids are able to express themselves with no fear of being judged so they can be unbelievably creative. Bella has grown massively in confidence to the point where she is happy to sing a solo. Thanks Tessa” (Bella’s Mum)
“I am Ella, I love Tessa’s Jazz Hands because it has been an amazing experience. We do fun games as well as acting, singing and dancing. Many of the other children have gained confidence too. Because of a lot of dancing outside of school, this has been even better because I have learnt a variety of different dances from musicals such as The Jungle Book, Annie, Matilda and Mamma Mia. Please join, it will be an incredible experience for your child to be part of Tessa’s Jazz Hands, it’s fabulous so please come. See you soon!!!!”. (Ella aged 10)
About Us – Founder – TESSA ROBINSON
Hello my name is Tessa Robinson. I graduated from Kent Stage Academy of Performing Arts in 2013 where I studied Musical Theatre for two years. Having gained a lot of experience appearing in short films, feature films, commercials, pantomimes and Theatre in Education tours I decided to create “Tessa’s Jazz Hands” as I wanted to start up a project that I felt passionate about. I was brought up into a musical family learning the violin and piano from an early age. At School I was involved in many clubs such as choir, dance, orchestra and swimming. A particular highlight for me growing up was being involved in shows with Youth Music Theatre.
Recently I starred in a feature film called ‘A United Kingdom’ as a Swing Dancer, worked at Lapland UK as a principal performer and as a principal actor at Shreks Adventure in London which was fantastic fun.