An Edge Hill University academic has been nominated for a Spanish Premios Max award for her choreography on a production currently touring the country.
An Edge Hill University academic has created a multimedia art installation remembering soldiers from the First World War.
Students from Edge Hill’s Performing Arts department premiered their ‘Sowing Seeds’ interactive outdoor performance at Burscough Community Farm on Sunday 2nd April.
The countdown to Sound City 2017 has already begun, with ten events leading up to the musical…
Media Lecturer Carl Hunter and writer Frank Cottrell Boyce have come together to celebrate 50 years of The Beatles’ iconic album ‘Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’.
Acclaimed Liverpool actor, director and writer David Morrissey visited Edge Hill last week to give students a fascinating insight into his varied career.
Performing Arts students, staff and alumni gathered recently to celebrate the ongoing success of the Departments’ Peer Mentoring programme, now in its seventh year.
Edge Hill University is inviting the public to join students from its Performing Arts department to experience their interactive outdoor performance.
Organisers of Edge Hill University’s 11th annual Short Story Prize are delighted to announce the longlist for 2017.
Edge Hill suicide prevention work recognised by Health Select Committee Two mental health projects ran by Edge Hill University and Everton in the Community have been highlighted in a Health Select Committee paper, published today. The publication ‘Suicide Prevention’ suggests that the Government’s suicide prevention strategy needs greater focus on implementation, and identifies projects including […]