Short Scruffs, a street performance company comprising two Edge Hill alumni, created a colourful circus performance for children as part of the 2019 Ormskirk Gingerbread festival.
Over 100 Edge Hill students attended Liverpool Sound City 2019 to perform, film, shadow professionals or just enjoy the three-day event – all for free as part of the University’s partnership with the festival.
Sometimes Always Never, the critically acclaimed debut feature film by director and Edge Hill senior lecturer Carl Hunter has hit number 14 in the British Film Institute’s box office chart.
An award-winning theatre company featuring Edge Hill alumni will showcase their new production at one of the world’s biggest performing arts festivals. Naughty Corner Productions were selected from over 1,000 applications to perform Raves “R” Us at Glastonbury in a late-night slot on Sunday 30 June, the final day of the festival which sold out […]
Dr Mari Hughes-Edwards, a leading expert on the work of Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy, has helped create an international writing challenge for young people.
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Bob the Russian, the latest show from Naughty Corner Theatre Company, was praised in the Liverpool Echo’s end-of-year round up of theatre highlights.
A dedicated Nursing student has used the skills she has learned on her degree to improve life in her local community for those with learning disabilities or sensory issues.
The importance of mental health awareness and an active lifestyle have been key in Mel Mitchell’s role in Campus Sport at Edge Hill University.