About

Introducing Lighthouse Studio Project Liverpool

Lighthouse Studio Project (or LSP) is our new music project for young people aged 12 to 18 years old from across the city.

The project is being funded for two years by Youth Music, a national charity which gives young people the opportunity to make music, helping them to overcome the challenges they face in their lives.

This is a fantastic opportunity for young people and bands to get involved and learn how to use and run a recording studio.

There’s also workshops led by people from the industry, which will give a real insight into how it works and the best route to success.

Young people are also given the opportunity to develop song writing skills and possibly record their final piece with help from active talent scouts.

We currently run activities Tuesday to Thursday 6-8pm.

For more details please visit www.lspliverpool.co.uk or email admin@lspliverpool.co.uk

 

LSPLiverpool, a charitable company registered in 1998 with its head office in Liverpool is U.K.’s first dedicated Urban gospel music and arts center, engaging, inspiring and up-skilling disaffected groups, and contributing to the regeneration of North Liverpool in particular through

  • developing and running education,  training and recreational programmes and activities  to promote social inclusion and employment  for young people, including diversionary activities to attract disaffected young people off the streets and away from antisocial behavior and petty crime
  • providing training,  arts & cultural programmes and activities, to develop skills, improve health and well-being and promote the integration of various disadvantaged groups in the wider local community
  • using Liverpool Lighthouse Studio Project facilities, particularly its fully-equipped magnificent 430-seater performance auditorium, as a quality arts venue to support arts & cultural events and activities for the local communities

Lighthouse Studio Project Liverpool has a proven track record of successful provision for young people, skills training for adults, including the unemployed and non-English speakers, and of bringing older folk out of isolation, improving their quality of life.  It has hosted and run a range of gospel music and arts workshops, concerts, shows and festivals.  In 2008, as part of Year of Culture celebrations, we organized a 2-week International festival of gospel music that attracted over 20,000 people, including hundreds of participants from Merseyside, U.K. and beyond.

Lighthouse Studio Project Liverpool is housed in a refurbished former art decor Gaumont Palace Cinema building.