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.
A tribute to one of the most iconic musical figures of the 21st century, Gil-Scott Heron (1949-2011), will take place at Edge Hill’s The Arts Centre on 4 November 2017.
A multimedia performance explaining how time and memory work will take place at Edge Hill University as part of the Festival of Ideas.
Lucky Edge Hill University student, Lowri Nesbitt, fulfilled a dream this week by singing on stage with Olivier award nominee Ramin Karimloo.
An Edge Hill University academic will join together with acclaimed clown Lucho Guzman to launch his new book.
A trio of exciting authors celebrated the launch of Head Land, the first book from Edge Hill University’s new publishing house, at an event at the Arts Centre, Ormskirk.
On Saturday 26th November Elena will be in-conversation with Cathy Butterworth, Edge Hill University Arts Manager, reflecting on and discussing her involvement in Anthropometries, currently on display as part of Tate Liverpool’s retrospective of the artist’s work.
Bestselling author, broadcaster, popular culture guru and Edge Hill alumnus Stuart Maconie will return to campus on Thursday (9 June) to compare the old and new North, with some potentially surprising results.
A view of life on the streets: Homeless photography exhibition showing at Edge Hill University