Phil Jackson, Associate Heaad of Creative Arts, looks forward to the Eurovision Song Contest final and examines the intertwining of the contest with geopolitics.
Tributes are being paid to Edge Hill Honorary Doctor Sir Harrison Birtwistle, one of the UK’s greatest contemporary composers, after he passed away on 18 April, aged 87. A leading voice in British music and an international figure in modern music, his compositions – ranging from large-scale grand opera to intimate solo piano pieces – […]
Dr Elke Weissmann, Reader in Film and Television at Edge Hill University, explores government plans to privatise Channel 4.
A creative writing academic at Edge Hill University has won prestigious funding for a project which brings the arts to healthcare settings.
A pioneering project led by Edge Hill University and developed in collaboration with the University of Salford, which uses the arts to tackle depression, has been awarded new funding to scale up across the North West of England.
Trailblazing women in sport are being celebrated with an open event at Edge Hill University.
Edge Hill University has announced this year’s incredible winner of the Dame Janet Suzman Playwriting Prize and is launching next year’s competition for budding writers and playwrights.
The author chosen for this year’s Big Read, Okechukwu Nzelu, visited Edge Hill University to discuss his book, The Private Joys of Nnenna Maloney, and share his experience and advice with students.
Slavery researcher and Edge Hill University alumnus David Hearn will be delivering three fascinating public webinars covering Liverpool’s troubling relationship with the slave trade from the 1600’s to 1800’s.
Author Kevin Barry has won the Edge Hill Prize for the second time – the first writer to do so in the award’s 15-year history.