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 […]
A new book written by Edge Hill’s Professor Victor Merriman examines whether there is a public role for drama to play in times of austerity.
Bob the Russian, the latest show from Naughty Corner Theatre Company, was praised in the Liverpool Echo’s end-of-year round up of theatre highlights.
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.
Third-year drama student Charlotte Jones has been inspired to pursue a career in theatre thanks to the support of staff, friends and colleagues at Edge Hill.
A mock TV magazine show produced by students and overseen by industry professionals is helping undergraduates get a foot in the door in their chosen career.
A graduate from Edge Hill University is returning to campus to deliver a political message with a punch in her debut show Stripped.
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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A former Edge Hill student has recently featured in popular music video by the band Feeder.
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.