An Edge Hill dance teacher has been named ‘inspirational lecturer’ of the year in the One Dance UK awards.
Talented students have taken centre stage in a global event to celebrate local theatre.
Edge Hill University’s world-renowned Professor of Psychology Geoff Beattie will be bringing the story of a famous boxing gym to the big screen after his book was optioned for a film by a major Hollywood studio.
In a new article for The Conversation Senior Lecturer in Education Maggie Webster explores the identity of modern-day witches and their connection with feminism, nature and a shared history.
Edge Hill University is celebrating Halloween by announcing their spooktacular plans to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Dracula’s publication which will see students work with Bram Stoker’s descendant.
A prizewinning author whose debut novel explores the adoption process calls for others to take the next step this National Adoption Week.
Chief Executive of Liverpool’s Bluecoat, Mary Cloake, is coming to Edge Hill for a spirited discussion about how arts venues have changed over time and become a key part of many communities.
Edge Hill University is to host an exclusive screening of Wilmington on Fire and Q&A with the director as part of its Black History Month programme.
Students at Edge Hill University have unveiled plans for a new creative arts project to help Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people to heal from racial trauma.
Critical Awards in Television (CATs) were held in Wavertree Town Hall with awards going to the production companies behind some of the nation’s favourite Television.