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.
Staff, students and children from local schools formed a ‘human book chain’ at Edge Hill University to mark the its brand new £27m Catalyst building.
UK rapper Professor Green, who recently made the acclaimed documentary Working Class White Men for Channel 4, was ‘in conversation’ on the same subject at a free public event at Edge Hill University on 7th June.
Work is on course for a late-Spring completion on the University’s new £26m Catalyst building.
Edge Hill University’s Department of Computing and the local community teamed up for a World Record attempting App-a-thon event.
The outstanding contributions made by students, employers and alumni to support graduate careers have been celebrated at a University awards ceremony.
The latest addition to Edge Hill’s ‘creative campus’ was the flagship £17million Creative Edge building, which opened in September 2013 and includes industry-standard facilities for students studying courses in Media, Film, Animation, Advertising and Computing.
Take a look at Edge Hill’s successful year in our photo gallery
Actress and broadcaster Phina Oruche-Mariani graduated with almost 700 fellow graduands this week, pictures from the ceremonies and celebrations can be found here.
An innovative dance piece based on Dylan Thomas’ writing to mark the centenary of the his birth was performed at a recent screening of Under Milk Wood (1972) at Edge Hill University.