Two Edge Hill University dance graduates who used their theatrical talents to spread cheer around the wards of Aintree University Hospital have been shortlisted for a national award.
An Edge Hill student is celebrating after being selected to write for a new zine.
Edge Hill’s Television Studies Research Group are inviting the public to their inaugural TV awards celebrating the TV that kept us all entertained during the pandemic.
School children’s artwork was celebrated during a special online ceremony hosted by dot-art Schools and Edge Hill University – and the community will now have the chance to see the creations at a new public exhibition.
The longlist for the Edge Hill Short Story Prize, the only one of its kind in the UK, has been announced.
Hollywood actor and former Edge Hill student Jonathan Pryce is among the top cultural figures to be recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
An Edge Hill University academic will make history this June, as the organiser of the Isle of Man’s first-ever Gay Pride parade.
Experts at Edge Hill University have launched a new TV studies research group to take a closer look at the cultural impact television has on today’s society.
A dance student from Edge Hill University is calling for dance to be used in domiciliary settings to improve the mental and physical health of home care service users after seeing dramatic results from his dance research project.
This week marks the anniversary of the murder of George Floyd in America. The past year has seen a huge global reaction at all levels of society, from mass protests to institutional reflections. Edge Hill, like many others, have taken the opportunity to re-examine the robustness and coherence of its own Equality, Diversity and Inclusion portfolio.