Edge Hill University is inviting the public to an exciting Festival of Ideas, bringing together famous faces, industry experts, academics and students to explore positive responses to the dramatic events of the past 18 months.
Television and radio presenter Roman Kemp will pay a virtual visit to Edge Hill next month to give a first-hand account of his emotional BBC documentary Our Silent Emergency, which explores the mental health and suicide crisis gripping young men across the UK.
Edge Hill’s Institute for Social Responsibility (ISR) is marking the anniversary of the UK’s first national lockdown on 24th March by holding a series of fascinating talks and reopening their Covid-19 Blog.
The politician who was instrumental in devising and promoting the Act of Parliament which legalized same sex marriages will speak at Edge Hill University on Thursday 8 February.
An Edge Hill academic has been interviewed in the journal Punk & Post-Punk about his lyrics taking on a new life as poetry.
The Liverpool Chinese actor and writer David Yip visited Edge Hill on November 1st for a talk with Professor Roger Shannon about his wide ranging film, television and theatre work spanning four decades.
Two key members of BBC medical drama Holby City’s creative team will visit Edge Hill University next week for a free public event.
Actor Ricky Tomlinson will appear at Edge Hill University’s Arts Centre in April to talk about his experiences as one of the ‘Shrewsbury 24’.
Professor Roger Shannon, who studied in Birmingham’s Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies has helped produce an exhibition to mark the fiftieth anniversary of its establishment.
A seminar to discuss the changing geography of the public sector and the trends and occupations within its labour force will be held at Edge Hill University on Wednesday 4 June