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Celebrating each young person's brilliant and unique creativity, Young Creative Lighthouse is a place that all young people can create, take the lead and make change through performing arts. We welcome and celebrate young people from all backgrounds, prioritising wellbeing and fun and providing 121 support. 

Young Creative Lighthouse activities take place at after school sessions and week long holiday clubs. We also have a Saturday Music School for young people looking to learn an instrument.

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Young people face lots of pressures in their everyday lives that can lead to challenges with mental health, feelings of stress, difficulties with peer and family relationships and many other issues.

Our youth mentor offers one to one support to young people having a hard time, providing a listening ear and support to learn skills for mental wellbeing. 

Our strengths-based approach helps put young people in control of their own wellbeing, whilst providing support and safety.


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On Saturday mornings between 10am - 1pm we offer music lessons for several instruments including Piano, Keyboards, Drums, Violin and guitar. 


Sessions are either one to one or in small groups and are led by experienced music teachers.  There is also the potential for children to study for examinations.


On Tuesdays we run sessions for 8-13 years olds between 4pm and 6:45pm. Young people take part in fun games, creative art activities, drama exercises and take the lead in creating new work and getting involved in local issues they care about.


On Wednesdays between 5:30pm and 7:30pm the Lighthouse Youth Theatre takes place in our 400 seat theatre.  Young people aged 14-18 collaborate with professional theatre-makers to create and devise their own pieces of theatre on topics that matter to them. 


They have the opportunity to perform their work to audiences in the local community. No previous experience of acting is needed and sessions take place in a fun and supportive atmosphere. 

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In Harmony is a music programme for young people run by the Liverpool Philharmonic. Their Anfield Youth Hub is in partnership with Liverpool Lighthouse  and runs at our building every Thursday from 3:45pm-6:30pm during the school terms.


Young people aged 10-18 learn an orchestral instrument they choose and play alongside others in ensembles and orchestras, with performances for the local community at the end of each term. In Harmony caters for people of all skill levels, so if you’ve never played an instrument before this is the perfect way to start!

Our youth programme is diverse and responsive

As a local charity, embedded in the community we are equipped to respond to changing needs as they emerge, providing activities that respond to young people's needs and passions as we talk to them and encourage them to take the lead so that their contributions to shape their projects. 


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