Edge Hill’s popular arts podcast, the Lonely Arts Club, is back for a third series to unravel more stories from some of the most influential figures in the North West’s cultural and creative industries.
Leading experts at Edge Hill University have collaborated with prominent arts therapists from around the globe to explore the impact of the arts on health and wellbeing during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A film expert from Edge Hill University has been appointed to a special group set up to look at innovative research ideas to address the response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Lonely Arts Club podcast is a series of interviews with creative and cultural people, discovering their journey into the arts and where it’s led them.
The launch of Edge Hill University’s new Institute for Social Responsibility (ISR) is being celebrated with a visit from North West MEP Jane Brophy.
An Edge Hill University professor has spoken about the importance of creative activity to health and wellbeing at the UK’s first culture, health and wellbeing conference. As part of the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance conference Professor Owen Evans, spoke of the importance of the arts in helping to keep people […]
The countdown to Sound City 2017 has already begun, with ten events leading up to the musical…
It’s a classic pub game. Who would be in your all-time great football team? What are your top ten…
As clowns around Britain remember the great Grimaldi, Barnaby King discusses his legacy and the state of clowning in the 21st Century
The Arts Centre at Edge Hill University, Ormskirk has a packed programme of events lined up for September-December 2015.