Graduates lead performance project through streets of Manchester

‘Human Sensor’ by Kasia Molga courtesy of Invisible Dust, Photo at Manchester Piccadilly by Nick Harrison, 2016. Three Edge Hill graduates have successfully auditioned for a performance project taking place through the streets of Manchester. Dance graduates, Malachi Simmons, Sophie Trueman and James Bowling landed the roles in Kasia Molga’s ‘Human Sensor’ project, which launches […]

JV2’s A Triple Bill

Thursday 28th April 7.30pm JV2 2016, A Triple Bill Directed and choreographed by Jasmin Vardimon, AΦE, and Vinicius Salles With the mission to develop, encourage and cultivate young talent and young audiences, Jasmin Vardimon Company has formed JV2, delivering a Professional Development Certificate. This year’s JV2, is an ensemble of 16 young, talented international dancers, […]

Leading vocalist Denosh Bennett visits Edge Hill

Leading international vocalist Denosh Bennett recently visited Edge Hill University to present a masterclass to our Musical Theatre students wishing to take their performance to the next level. Denosh has worked as a backing vocalist with the likes of Robbie Williams, Justin Timberlake, Rihanna, Drake, Demi Lovato, Alicia Keys and Mariah Carey, and has performed […]

Arts for WellBeing

Continuing Professional Development opportunities for those interested in the therapeutic uses of dance, drama, art and music.  Artists, arts therapists, psychotherapists, counsellors, psychologists, health professionals, medics, social workers, educators and other professionals can be introduced to new disciplines, advance current practice or explore working with different client populations. For full event details