LIPA is now one of the
best performing arts
schools in the world.
Please watch the videos to give you an idea of what life is like when you come to study at LIPA.
Take a Look Around LIPA
Dan Croll Masterclass
The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts is a specialist university level institution for performers and those who make performance possible. Based in the Georgian quarter, we offer eight integrated three-year degrees, three one-year Foundation Certificates, a primary school and a part-time performing arts academy for 4 to 19 year olds. We were co-founded by Sir Paul McCartney (our Lead Patron) and Mark Featherstone-Witty RNOM OBE (our Principal). Many people associate us with Music but we also teach Acting, Community Drama, Dance, Management, Sound Technology and Theatre Performance Design and Technology.
For 2016 entry
View our 2016 entry prospectus here
We have eight full-time, BA (Honours) degree programmes for 2016 entry.
We also have three full-time, one-year Foundation Certificate programmes for 2016 entry.
We have received approval to start a LIPA Sixth Form College (16-18). This is now planned to open from September 2016, for about 300 young people. You can find out more and complete a form to express interest at The LIPA Sixth Form College
LIPA 4:19 is a part time performing arts academy for 4-19 year olds. Here, young people can learn to sing, dance and act with qualified and enthusiastic tutors.
92% in work
From our recent survey of graduates who left us almost four years ago: we traced 86% and 92% of those were in work, 77% of them in the performing arts.
The number of recent graduates and students from The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) working at Twickenham Studios has led to ...
We are bringing another highly anticipated roster of colourful, topical and humorous shows to this year's Edinburgh Fringe ...
LIPA’s Lead Patron, Sir Paul McCartney, returned to LIPA on Tuesday 26 May to share his unrivalled breadth of experience with students in ...
LIPA’s reputation was recognised in an article in the Sunday Times yesterday, which debunked old-fashioned stereotypes about the city of ...