Kudzai gains prestigious place at LIPA

24 May 2018

Kudzai Mangombe has been accepted to join the prestigious Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts this September.

She currently studies Drama, Sociology and Law on a mixed study programme at Ashton Sixth Form College. Following an extensive selection process including applications and auditions, LIPA have chosen Kudzai to join the institute. Kudzai experienced 4 recalls before she was chosen to attend LIPA. During her audition she was required to perform a classical speech and a contemporary speech.

LIPA was formed in 1996, co-founded by Sir Paul McCartney and Mark Featherstone-Witty RNOM OBE. Offering a range of courses, LIPA is a performance specialist institution "devoted to learning through the creative and performing arts" (www.lipa.ac.uk).

While Kudzai has applied to other drama schools and universities for drama-related courses, LIPA was always the place she had in her sights. As a result of her hard work and dedication, Kudzai will begin a BA in Acting this September.

Find out more about Performing Arts courses at Ashton Sixth Form College here.

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