Edge Hill alumni and current students have worked with LPM Dance Theatre and Zemap Film Productions on an exciting collaborative dance project.
Bermuda-born Malachi came to the UK in 2011 to study Dance at Edge Hill. With a passion for choreography and performance, he was an inspirational member of EdgeFWD, Edge Hill’s male dance company, and founded the University’s ﬁrst Hip Hop Society.
As a founding member of Edge Hill’s successful EdgeFWD dance company, Connor co-created and toured A Beautiful Hell culminating in a week-long run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
When Helen successfully applied for the Youth Dance Ambassador Placement at The Lowry Theatre, she knew that she wanted to pursue a career within the dance industry.
Third year Drama student Emily Edwards has been inspired to develop her own Theatre in Education company after fully embracing the opportunities presented by the Arts and Enterprise module.
Short Scruffs, a street performance company comprising two Edge Hill alumni, created a colourful circus performance for children as part of the 2019 Ormskirk Gingerbread festival. Crystal Quinney Barella and Dan Thomas, who graduated from Edge Hill University in 2018, secured funding from Arts Council England to develop the show which involved a small-scale circus […]
Over 100 Edge Hill students attended Liverpool Sound City 2019 to perform, film, shadow professionals or just enjoy the three-day event – all for free as part of the University’s partnership with the festival. Music Production students Adam Charo, aka Podge, and David Hughes, aka Charity Shop Pop, were part of a showcase run by […]
Musical Theatre students from Edge Hill University have been able to gain invaluable experience courtesy of the Student Opportunity Fund.
Edge Hill Drama students have boosted their employability thanks to director, actor and radio presenter Stefan Escreet who delivered a workshop and shared a wealth of industry knowledge.
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.
Music, Sound and Drama graduate James Overend spoke up about online safety by lending his voice to a new online resource created by educational charity Ariel Trust.
Edge Hill works with English National Ballet (ENB) and Merseyside Dance Initiative (MDI) providing volunteers to assist with its Dance for Parkinson’s programme.
Musical Theatre’s tutor-led vocal student ensemble company, Double Edge, provided a programme of music to commemorate Armistice Day at World of Glass in St Helens.
BAFTA nominated musical theatre practitioner Benjamin Till, was impressed by Edge Hill students when they participated in an early read through of the script for his new musical Em.
Tom embraced the opportunity to begin his career in dance whilst still studying. His commitment to his course and extra-curricular studies with the dance group EdgeFWD led to an early breakthrough in the professional dance scene.
A partnership with Blackpool’s Grand Theatre is giving Dance students valuable hands-on experience of life as professional dance artists and helping them gain the skills employers are looking for.
Graduate Rosie Redvers-Jones has developed a business training performers in the Scare and Live Horror entertainment industry, a sector which has grown in popularity in recent years.
After graduating, Mike and Jemma established Naughty Corner Productions, an award-winning independent professional theatre company.
A late night at the library ignited the careers of Edge Hill Dance students and alumni. Following successful auditions, 17 current and former members of Edge FWD and 3rd Edge were selected to work with Company Chameleon on their site speciﬁc dance project Illuminate.
A residency with Circus Sensible has led to employment for some of Edge Hill’s third year Drama and Performing Arts students.
Walk The Plank (WTP) is one of the UK’s leading outdoor arts organisations, with more than two decades’ experience of producing high-quality, internationally-signiﬁcant events that are seen by millions of people across the globe.
A new partnership with Theatr Clwyd aims to provide high quality opportunities for Edge Hill Drama students to engage with the theatre, prepare graduates for employment and create concrete opportunities for students to move into the theatre industry.
Tate Exchange is an ambitious open experiment which allows other organisations and the public to participate in a creative process, running events and projects on-site and using art as a way of addressing wider issues in the world around us.
Musician Daniel Dessoy collaborated with globally renowned professional musicians and producers in a daylong intensive masterclass held on campus.