Kudzai gains prestigious place at LIPA
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.