A new play written by Liverpool playwright Mark Curtis and produced and directed by Edge Hill academic Lisa Adams-Davey will premiere at the University’s Arts Centre next week to mark World Mental Health Week.
The Arts Centre at Edge Hill University is bringing The Revolution to Ormskirk for its autumn/winter season, which has ground-breaking new-commissions and home-grown talent at its heart.
Edge Hill won the ‘Cross-Sector Partnership Award’ at this year’s Charity Times Awards for its pioneering sport and mental health work with Everton in the Community (EitC) and Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.
Edge Hill University has been named University of the Year for Student Retention by The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018.
Trials conducted at Edge Hill University may ultimately determine whether using probiotic supplements can improve the nutritional intake of athletes during marathon running.
An academic from Edge Hill University has collaborated with a national charity to develop training to raise awareness of child abuse within sport.
Edge Hill University has won yet another coveted accommodation award being crowned the Best Value for Money Student Accommodation in the UK.
A young composer has had her latest work performed by an internationally renowned musician at Resonant Edge, Edge Hill University’s new contemporary music festival.
Dr Paddy Hoey, from Edge Hill’s Media department, interviewed legendary Irish writer Roddy Doyle in front of a live audience on Tuesday.
Eurovision Executive Supervisor, Jon Ola Sand, will travel to Liverpool from Switzerland this weekend to take part in a panel discussion with Edge Hill University academics as part of a prestigious Royal Music Association (RMA) conference.