Edge Hill graduate, Philip McGuinness, has recently been following the yellow brick road as the Tin Man in Regal Entertainment’s production of the Wizard of Oz.
Edge Hill Musical Theatre students have been working with BAFTA-nominated musical theatre practitioner Benjamin Till on his latest musical, Em.
Edge Hill’s Reader in Dance, Dr Mark Edward, has authored a new book and two high profile book chapters exploring various aspects of performance including drag, contemporary dance and queer art making.
After conquering the Brighton Fringe earlier this year, award-winning Naughty Corner Productions return to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this month for the fourth time, to perform three of their knockout shows.
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Aspiring singer-songwriter Giorgia McKenzie Bortoli has been performing all her life – and now the former Excellence Scholarship winner has fought ill health to take centre stage at this week’s graduation ceremonies, receiving a BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre.
For the fifth consecutive year, Edge Hill University teamed up with the space rock cadets at Liverpool Sound City
A group of current and former Dance students from Edge Hill University performed in the Manchester Day Parade alongside other local dance artists. The mile-long parade took place on Manchester Day, an annual event created in 2010 that celebrates the city of Manchester and its people. Each year Manchester Day has a theme, and this […]
An Edge Hill University academic and composer has created a sound installation for people with dementia.
A multimedia performance explaining how time and memory work will take place at Edge Hill University as part of the Festival of Ideas.