An Edge Hill academic hopes to spark debate on drag culture with the release of his new book.
An award-winning director has chosen Edge Hill’s Arts Centre to host a reimagining of classic Ibsen play Hedda Gabler.
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.
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.
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.
“It’s all about the process,” say Dr Kim Wiltshire and Billy Cowan, when discussing political theatre. And you’re unlikely to hear of the movement’s protagonists going on to huge fame via London’s West End. But that was – is – not the point. This was all about identifying contemporary political issues, and taking them to the […]
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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.
Edge Hill University will be celebrating Ormskirk myths and legends this winter as part of the lively market town’s inaugural Festival of Tales.