Theatrebugs Franchise - If you like the idea of leading an active, varied and fulfilling work life that fits around you and your family's commitments; then a Theatrebugs childrens entertainment franchise could be just what you are looking for!
Theatrebugs was founded in 2005 by LAMDA graduates, Paula O Donohue and Kristyanne Stanley as a means for children to learn through play. The Theatrebugs sessions combine all three disciplines, drama, music and dance into one action packed structure.
As well as facilitating weekly classes in nurseries and schools; Theatrebugs provides holiday workshops, after school clubs, private lessons, under 5s clubs and children’s parties; providing you the franchisee with many different income streams and enabling you to earn throughout the year - not just term time! Catering for babies and children from birth to 7 years, Theatrebugs aims to help develop each child’s confidence through creative, fun and imaginative role play.
If you like the idea of leading an active, varied and fulfilling work life; then a Theatrebugs Franchise could be just what you are looking for!
A day in the life of a Theatrebugs Franchisee is never dull - it’s an invigorating mix of stories, songs, dances, teaching, marketing, admin, networking and much more! To be part of the Theatrebugs franchise, a drama background is not necessary – but a love for storytelling and all things dramatic is a must; as is a drive to succeed, a desire to be your own boss and an ambition to work in a rewarding, fulfilling, imaginative and fun environment where you will almost certainly rediscover your inner child!
Our most successful franchise partners ….
With the Theatrebugs intensive eight day training course, comprehensive Operations Manual and proven business model, you can be your own boss and earn a great income. But you won’t go it alone - you will have ongoing support from the passionate and enthusiastic team at Bug HQ and its fast growing network of franchisees!
While we do not impose minimum performance targets in order to see a good return on your investment you’ll need to devote a minimum of 30 hours a week to your business, some of which can be done flexibly. As your business grows and you take on teachers/staff you may see these hours reduce or increase, depending on how you decide to run your business.
After eight months, I was on the same salary as when I worked full time in a normal job!Hannah Mason, Guildford & Epsom Franchise Partner
18th February 2013
Second Annual Theatrebugs AGM at Bug HQ!
14th October 2011