As part of the Dancing with Health pan-European project, this is a free training weekend for dancers, health or exercise professionals who are interested in the physical and psychological benefits of movement and dance.
November 2019 marks the thirtieth anniversary of the breaching of the Berlin Wall. The building of new walls between countries is still being proposed. This public reading launches an anthology of new work exploring the theme of walls, compiled by published fiction-writers based at Edge Hill.
As part of this year’s Festival of Ideas, Edge Hill’s three Research Institutes are delighted to host our very own Edge Talks, a series of influential and inspiring talks from a variety of speakers giving their very own ‘Edge Talk’ on a topic of their choice.
The value and potential contributions of art to medicine, health and wellbeing are reasonably well-established. However, the connections between art and surgery are literally at the cutting edge of innovative practice.
The Mother of all Pain: conversations and more about pain – a feral adversary
Joe will be joined on the sofa by ICE Director, Professor Martin McQuillan, as they discuss Joe’s career as an actor, the paths that his career has taken and how it was growing up in a family of TV stars.
No More Cherry Blossom creatively explores the subject of death, a sensitive topic but one which every person is curious about.
ICE is delighted to welcome to Festival of Ideas, Darren Phi and Tamar Hemmes, the curators of the show. Darren and Tamar will discuss Haring’s work
As part of this year’s Festival of Ideas we are pleased to host this retrospective exhibition broadly drawn from a decade of work documented in still photography here themed and curated around the ways in which movement and stillness communicate what it means to be human.
The concert will feature a wide range of musical genres ranging from a classical overture, traditional brass band marches and band repertoire and well-loved tunes from stage and screen.