LMA co-owner Robbie Williams visited Liverpool to get up close with the LMA students with an exclusive Q&A answering student questions and impromptu performance, tour of the Metquarter campus and got involved in some classes with students for some extra advice and support.
The day started with a Q&A for LMA students at the Royal Court Theatre. LMA students had the opportunity to ask Robbie their question about his career, his inspirations and even his favourite karaoke song.
Robbie encouraged the students to “Create, create, create. Us creatives are all the same, we’re not muggles, we’re magicians.”
The Q&A ended with Robbie leading an impromptu rendition of Angels with students joining in. Robbie went on to visit the LMA Metquarter campus.
Touring the acting department, dance studios, watching musical theatre performances and speaking to the film & TV students, he shared some of his own art creations with the digital games art students, before finishing the tour with the third year BA Music students in the recording studios.
Robbie said: “I fell in love with the LMA Choir back in the X Factor days and just had to be part of this. The talent here is incredible and I can see myself in them all. It’s amazing to see like-minded creative people in a safe space to be themselves and be what they want to be.
“We want to support them, love them and develop them to achieve whatever it is they dream of.”
Richard Wallace, founder and co-owner said: “We speak with Robbie on a weekly basis about the students, their performances and how we can support their development and opportunities moving forward up to and beyond graduation.
“Coming to campus and getting hands-on in the classes and studios gives the students a great insight into the drive and commitment needed. What an inspiration knowing a global superstar has got your back! The students are already looking forward to Robbie’s next visit.”