Work and teach Performing Arts with children in your local area, inspire them to try something new, feed their creativity through singing, dance and drama, build a business that makes a difference for talented, enthusiastic bright young people…

  • LIPA 4:19 is the only children’s performing arts academy in the UK that is directly linked to an established performing arts institution – the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
  • Teach and manage classes available to all children and young adults between the ages of 4-19
  • Become a LIPA 4:19 Principal and be in the powerful position to change the lives of young children in your local area
  • The investment is flexible as you can take on a direct role and teach the classes (providing you have a teaching qualification)

Here’s what some of our franchise owners have to say since becoming LIPA 4:19 Principals

“The response from the public to the LIPA 4:19 academy has been brilliant. We have held taster days so the children can come and get a feel for the classes and parents can have a closer look and the excellent curriculum LIPA 4:19 offers.

“I am passionate about the benefits that performing can offer to young children… I have seen what a positive difference it can make to their development.

“I am delighted to be working with the prestigious LIPA Academy and applying its high standards to the programme here in Derby.”

Maria Banks, Derby College, LIPA 4:19 Principal

“I’ve always had a personal love of performing arts and working with LIPA 4:19 has finally given me the place to provide kids the opportunity to grow.

“I immediately felt comfortable when I met with LIPA 4:19 and knew this was the franchise for me. Everyone was friendly and approachable and the business model was practical and structured.

“Training was very focused and key to what you needed to know. The great thing about the training process is that it’s all there to refer back to when you need it. Ultimately, its your business and each LIPA 4:19 has its own identity and its up to you to develop it.”

Chris Talbot, New Forest / Southampton, LIPA 4:19 Principal