Professional dancers have teamed up with Edge Hill alumni to inspire students to pursue their careers through a new psychological thriller.
The Lonely Arts Club podcast is a series of interviews with creative and cultural people, discovering their journey into the arts and where it’s led them.
Researchers from Edge Hill University are revealing the forgotten history of Victorian humour as part of the UK’s only nationwide humanities festival.
Bestselling author Rachel Joyce has urged Edge Hill University students to be brave and “step out” while speaking at a special event on campus.
Performance expert Mark Edward is to bare all in a daring new show which tackles cultural and social stigmas attached to sexuality and the ageing body.
Drama student and self-proclaimed activist and feminist, Georgie Cunningham, has received a scholarship from Edge Hill University, which she will use to bring communities together through the power of performance.
The winner of last year’s Edge Hill Short Story Prize, acclaimed author Tessa Hadley, has commended the award’s ‘gathering prestige’ ahead of this year’s ceremony.
Talking exclusively to Edge Hill’s Press Office, Flash Gordon Director, Mike Hodges recalls his delight of the film becoming a cult classic and the desire for a sequel almost 40-years on.
Programmed by Edge Hill’s three Research Institute, the Festival of Ideas is a series of talks, exhibitions and performances featuring famous faces and industry influencers to engage academics, students and members of the public in topical conversations and debates.
Today (Thursday 5 September) will see the launch of new arts resilience network ‘art does not get you a job’ created by Edge Hill University’s Reader in Literature, Dr Mari Hughes-Edwards. The network, whose members include the internationally renowned balletLorent, The Royal Society of Literature, The Royal […]