Discover how we prepare you for sustained work in the performing and creative arts
Interested in our undergraduate courses for 2024 entry?
Our open days are a great way to help you decide if we are right for you. We are holding two open days in June and July about our-degree-level programmes.
The 9 July open day event will run as an in person event. It starts with our welcome talk, where we set the scene and help you understand our ethos. After that we have subject talks where you can ask your questions. These cover
- Acting courses
- Applied Theatre and Community Drama course
- Dance course
- Filmmaking and Creative Technologies course
- Management for the Creative and Performing Arts Industries course
- Music courses
- Musical Theatre and Acting Musicianship courses
- Sound Technology course
- Theatre & Performance Design & Theatre & Production Technology courses
We also have a talk about entry requirements, how to apply, accommodation, student wellbeing and disability and funding. You will be able to go on a building tour with one of our current student graduates who will be delighted to answer any questions you have about the student experience or life in Liverpool.
Parents and guardians are very welcome to attend our event. Deciding where to study at university is a big decision and we want everyone to feel that they have all the information they need.
Open day cancellation policy
In the unlikely event that new government restrictions are imposed (or local conditions change) we may need to cancel the open day event at short notice. If this happens, we will contact you using the email address you provided, when you booked. We will not be able to refund any expenses you have incurred relating to attending the event (such as travel or accommodation costs), so please consider this when making your travel arrangements.
Schools and colleges
You are welcome to book for your school or college group to attend our undergraduate open days. Don’t forget to book seats for all the staff and students attending. If you would prefer to visit us on another day, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel: 0151 330 3010
We are a 15-minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street and Liverpool Central train stations.
Timetable information is available at www.nationalrail.co.uk or by ringing 03457 484 950.
For bus timetable information from various parts of the city and for a journey planner, please visit www.merseytravel.gov.uk or ring Traveline on 0871 200 2233.
From the M62
At the end of the motorway, follow the signs for the city centre and then for the cathedrals.
At the Metropolitan Cathedral, turn left, head along Hope Street towards the Anglican Cathedral, and then turn right on to Upper Duke Street.
LIPA is on your right-hand side.
Pay and display parking is available on many nearby streets including parts of Mount Street, Pilgrim Street, Hope Street and Rodney Street (please check signage, as some bays are reserved for resident permit holders).
This on-street parking is currently free after 6pm, or at all times for Blue Badge holders.
Additional parking for Blue Badge holders is available in our lower car park, which is accessed via Pilgrim Street. These spaces are available on a first come, first served basis.
For sat navs, LIPA’s postcode is L1 9HF.
Additional information on local car parks is issued with booking confirmations.