The 15-strong longlist for Edge Hill University’s 12th annual Short Story Prize has been announced, including such names as James Kelman, Sarah Hall and Tessa Hadley.
Creative Writing student Lucy Barrett took advantage of a free ticket to Sound City, courtesy of EHU, to get a sneak preview of the UK music scene’s future chart-toppers.
“Liverpool is the centre of the music world,” contends Sociology with Politics student Amos Wynn, who covered the festival for Edge Hill.
Phil Jackson, Programme Leader for BA Media, Music and Sound, has come a long way since his first Eurovision Song Contest in 1976, watching the UK’s Brotherhood of Man scoop the title.
Electro-pop trio Stealing Sheep will present their Suffragette Tribute at Liverpool’s Sound City festival this weekend.
When Marketing with PR student Sheila Miller had the chance to spend some time in a working radio…
Acclaimed composer, conductor and broadcaster Professor Stephen Pratt will give his inaugural public lecture at Edge Hill University on Thursday 15 March.
Edge Hill University has welcomed its second International Writer in Residence, Belarusian poet Valzhyna Mort, to the campus this week.
This March, two of Edge Hill’s alumni will return to the University’s Arts Centre with professional dance companies Mapdance and Company Chameleon.
Arts Council England Chief Darren Henley will speak at a launch event for The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Wellbeing taking place at Edge Hill University on Friday 23 February.