To mark the birthday today (6th April) of Lancashire-born artist and writer Leonora Carrington, Edge Hill University academics have been able to pay tribute to her life and work in a new book.
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.
Drama student and self-proclaimed activist and feminist, Georgie Cunningham, has received a scholarship from Edge Hill University, which she will use to bring communities together through the power of performance.
As part of the year of celebrations, the band presented a wide range of pieces from their repertoire at Edge Hill University’s Hale Hall including classical overture, traditional brass band marches and well-loved tunes from stage and screen.
Musical Theatre students from Edge Hill University have been able to gain invaluable experience courtesy of the Student Opportunity Fund.
The second Dame Janet Suzman Scriptwriting Prize has been awarded to Beth Beevers, a student on MA Making Performance, for her play Every Voice.
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.
Acclaimed conductor John Rigby and celebrated director and choreographer Nikki Woollaston have taken time out of their hectic schedules to hold masterclasses and discussion sessions with Edge Hill University students.
The Performing Arts department at Edge Hill University are benefiting from the recent conversion of the much-loved old swimming pool into a unique performance space.
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.