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Paul McCartney in Casual Conversation from LIPA • Wednesday, July 25, 2018

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From, July 20, 2018:

Paul will be returning to his old school in Liverpool, now LIPA (The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts), on Wednesday 25th July for an intimate hour long Q & A and conversation session with LIPA students. The event will be streamed live on Facebook allowing fans from all over the world to tune in and watch Paul talk about his career and his forthcoming new album Egypt Station which will be released on September 7.

For those watching the event on Facebook they too have the opportunity to join in. Paul would like to ask fans from around the world to submit questions to his Facebook page in advance. A select few will be chosen to be answered as part of the event. 

LIPA was co-founded by Paul in 1996 and he remains their Lead Patron.

At the end of the Q&A, Paul McCartney announced a surprise show the next day somewhere in Liverpool. The interview was followed by Paul and his band performing an acoustic set in front of around 450 people.

About LIPA, Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts – from Wikipedia:

The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) is a performing arts university situated in the English city of Liverpool. LIPA offers training in Acting, Applied theatre & Community Drama, Creative Technologies & Performance, Dance, Music, Management of Music, Entertainment, Theatre & Events, Sound technology, Theatre and Performance Technology and Theatre and Performance Design. […]

The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts was started by Sir Paul McCartney and Mark Featherstone-Witty RNOM OBE.

It was a meeting of two ideas: McCartney had known since 1985 that the building which had housed his old school — the Liverpool Institute High School for Boys – was becoming increasingly derelict after the school’s closure, and wished to find a productive use for it; Mark Featherstone-Witty had set up the Brit School in London and wanted to try his ideas on a bigger scale. […]

From Twitter
From – Jarvis Cocker hosted a live Facebook Q&A with Paul at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. July 2018.

Last updated on March 5, 2020

Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts

This was the 1st and only concert played at Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts.


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Jaime Alexis Edades 3 years ago

Thank you for the list Sir Paul!!! Here’s to your countless SUCCESS!