Bestselling author Rachel Joyce has urged Edge Hill University students to be brave and “step out” while speaking at a special event on campus.
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.
Performing Arts student Rhiannon Thomas has shown that a can-do attitude and a hunger for learning and developing new skills can get you noticed.
Nina Simone; Stealing Sheep; Bob Dylan; the Irish Troubles; comedian Ellie Taylor; a reflection on gender and transitioning…in music and dance; a suffragette-themed punk musical. All these, and more, feature this autumn at The Arts Centre at Edge Hill University. We preview some of this season’s shows.
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It’s time to put on make-up….Find out what’s on this season, with Cathy and Celia from the The Arts Centre team.
This March, two of Edge Hill’s alumni will return to the University’s Arts Centre with professional dance companies Mapdance and Company Chameleon.
One of the UK’s most innovative music ensembles is seeking local musicians to join in with an ‘orchestra day’ at Edge Hill University’s Arts Centre, culminating in a live public performance.
If you’ve ever lived or worked in Ormskirk, you are probably aware of the town’s historic bustling market or the imposing statue of Disraeli on Moor Street, opposite the Golden Lion pub. But how many staff and students who have passed through Edge Hill’s doors over the years know who Orme the Viking was or […]
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.