Liverpool Hope's Creative Campus consists of two Grade II Listed buildings and a hall of residence offering self-catering en-suite accommodation for up to 180 students. The University has invested £20 million in this creative and performing arts campus. The state-of-the-art facilities include two theatres, three dance studios, a music technology laboratory, a recording studio, and studios for painting, sculpture, wood, ceramics, metal and textiles.
The University completed the fourth and final phase of its Creative Campus with the construction of a new Centre for Music, Performance and Innovation in 2010. The centre is housed in the brand new Capstone Building, which also boasts music practice rooms, business incubation spaces and The Capstone Theatre, a state-of-the-art 260 seat performance space, engineered to be acoustically perfect.
The Creative Campus’s buildings are all set within the tranquil setting of Angel Field – the award-winning Renaissance style garden, described by Country Life Magazine as '...one of the best examples of conceptual landscape design in the country'.