An Edge Hill University professor’s latest play is to open London Jewish Book Week at a top London venue.
An award-winning director has chosen Edge Hill’s Arts Centre to host a reimagining of classic Ibsen play Hedda Gabler.
Professional dancers have teamed up with Edge Hill alumni to inspire students to pursue their careers through a new psychological thriller.
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.
As part of the year of celebrations, the band presented a wide range of pieces from their repertoire at Edge Hill University’s Hale Hall including classical overture, traditional brass band marches and well-loved tunes from stage and screen.
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.
Short Scruffs, a street performance company comprising two Edge Hill alumni, created a colourful circus performance for children as part of the 2019 Ormskirk Gingerbread festival.
Over 100 Edge Hill students attended Liverpool Sound City 2019 to perform, film, shadow professionals or just enjoy the three-day event – all for free as part of the University’s partnership with the festival.
Musical Theatre students from Edge Hill University have been able to gain invaluable experience courtesy of the Student Opportunity Fund.
Edge Hill University’s feminist theatre collective The Pankhurst Players, affectionately known as ‘The Panks’, are set to perform at Edinburgh Festival Fringe. After only forming a year ago, the collective of 13 students and three alumni will perform Shrew, their modern take on the classic Shakespearean play. Student Rebecca Cummings, said: “Edinburgh Fringe was the […]