ICE Upcoming Events

During the coming year ICE will host a number of events, the majority of which are FREE and open to the public.  Who is ICE? Find out more HERE

The safety of our students, staff and visitors is our number one priority. It has therefore been decided that events planned for Spring 2020 will be postponed until later this year. Please rest assured that the events will be rearranged. In the meantime, look after yourselves and those around you.

Keep in touch with us to hear the latest on event dates and upcoming news:


Spring Assembly in Partnership with FACT Liverpool: ‘The Living Planet’

POSTPONED (Date TBC) – Please note, this event has been postponed until later this year.

Please click here for a recent health & safety update from FACT, Liverpool.

As society starts to grasp the magnitude of climate change, the FACT Spring Assembly invites you to join this year-long cultural inquiry. We will explore some of the questions that underpin the exhibition And Say the Animal Responded? and look at the role and function of art and film for representing, challenging and intervening in the environmental challenges we face.

ICE in Conversation with Andrew Harrison

POSTPONED (Date TBC) – Please note, this event has been postponed until later this year.

Having found success as a former editor of popular music magazines such as Q, Select and Mixmag, Andrew Harrison has achieved great things in the world of journalism and broadcasting. Often writing for The Guardian, Esquire and The New Statesman, Andrew is also well known for producing hit political podcast, Remainiacs, and presenting pop culture podcast, Bigmouth. 

You’re invited to this FREE, public event where Andrew will be joined on the sofa by ICE Director, Martin McQuillan, as they reflect on current affairs, pop culture and what it looks like to establish a career in the media industry today.

Access NFTS Pop Up Tour

POSTPONED (Date TBC) – Please note, this event has been postponed until later this year.

Access NFTS is a national outreach programme designed to find, inform and inspire a new generation of film, TV and games talent. Each year, NFTS tutors and alumni head out on the road across the UK to find exciting new talent and to help people discover new and less well-known aspects of the industry. This year, the team are coming to Edge Hill University to share their knowledge and expertise.

More information on Access NFTS

Learn more about the EHU/TATE Liverpool partnership: Here

Please register to attend an event by clicking on the TITLE and following the registration link.

Disclaimer: The views of the speakers do not represent the views of the University.  Any under 16s must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

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