Events

Sounds, Visions and Inward Significances

11th October 2018
18:00
In this inaugural lecture, Professor Helen Newall will present an interactive performance, using Isadora Duncan’s ethos of ‘“if I could tell you what it meant, there would be no point in dancing it!’”.

UK Launch of the Oxford Handbook of Dance and Wellbeing

23rd February 2018
09:30
Professor Vicky Karkou holds a Chair of Dance at Edge Hill University leading the research theme of arts and wellbeing. A qualified dance teacher, researcher and dance movement psychotherapist, she has lengthy experience of working with diverse clinical populations in different settings. FREE EVENT

Infinite Grains of Sonic Traces: Present Places from Absent Times - Professor Stephen Davismoon

5th December 2017
18:00
Professor Stephen Davismoon’s inaugural lecture will contextualise his compositional work, which focuses on the relationship between music and sound art creation, and its immediate surrounding environmental identity

Workshop: Use of Butoh in Dance Movement Therapy

18th November 2017
11:00
Dance of Inner Transformation - workshop by Latvian Butoh artist and dance movement therapist Simona Orinska

Mindful Movement for Professional Development and Self Care

25th March 2017
11:00
This intensive workshop will enable participants to explore mindfulness principles through movement. It will focus on the development of two types of attention, and offer opportunities for participants to connect with the present moment through breath, movement and body and to cultivate the attitude of kindness, acceptance and openness toward the intimate processes in ourselves.

I4P Book Reading: ‘Desire Paths: Real Walks to Nonreal Places', with author Roy Bayfield

28th February 2017
17:30
Desire Paths is a creative non-fiction book about walking. Through accounts of ‘an array of obscurely connected walks’, author Roy Bayfield explores various roles, tactics and perspectives of ‘mythogeography’.

Concurrent #3 - Exchanges Through Improvisation

19th February 2017
00:00
Concurrent is an improvisation research network of leading musicians, dancers, visual artists, dance and music psychologists and arts therapists from across the UK. All events are free.

The Arts for Wellbeing Public Lecture

19th May 2015
17:30
'Does the world need psychotherapy? Personal and political perspectives.' - Professor Andrew Samuels, University of Essex

The Arts for Wellbeing Public Lecture

27th April 2015
17:30
‘Hard-to-control unexplainable medical symptoms: Wellbeing for body and mind’ - Professor Helen Payne, University of Hertfordshire

Free Guest Lecture - Professor Raymond MacDonald

23rd April 2015
17:30
Performing Arts Public Lecture: What is human musicality and why it is important: Daniel Barenboim, Willie Wonka, Billy Connolly, Jazz Bastards and the Universality of Improvisation

Fundraising for your university project, large or small

22nd October 2014
14:00
Dr Ian Steadman is a fundraising consultant who has worked in Higher Education Fundraising for twenty years. As Director of Development at The Open University in Milton Keynes he secured the largest private gift in the history of the university: £2,75 million. He will present a 40-minute talk, followed by questions and discussion with the audience. Open to all.

Film and Photography Exhibition: 12 Degrees North

15th October 2014
09:00
Taking north west dance company 12 Degrees North as their subject matter, two Performing Arts lecturers at Edge Hill University attempt to capture the thrill and vitality of a live performance on film.

How Goldsmiths' approach Practice based Research for the REF

1st October 2014
16:30

Arts for Wellbeing - Intensive Weekend

14th June 2014
10:00
Continuing Professional Development opportunities for those interested in the therapeutic uses of dance, drama, art and music.

Arts for Wellbeing - Intensive Weekend

26th April 2014
10:00
Continuing Professional Development opportunities for those interested in the therapeutic uses of dance, drama, art and music.

Hammer and Tongs

20th March 2014
19:30
Receiving great review - Theatre Alibi present Hammer and Tongs. From farcical fisticuffs at a wedding disco to squabbling for the TV remote, a musical comedy about arguing the toss...

Spiers and Boden

19th March 2014
20:00
Loud and proud, Spiers and Boden: Goodbye ... The Final Tour. Making spontaneous, punky English folk very much their own stomping ground. SELLING OUT - LIMITED TICKETS LEFT!

Arts for Wellbeing - Intensive Weekend

8th March 2014
10:00
Continuing Professional Development opportunities for those interested in the therapeutic uses of dance, drama, art and music.

Capoeira and Dance Conference

27th February 2014
10:00
Dynamic Exchanges will present the ideas of scholars, practitioners and artists such as Nestor Capoeira, Mestre Toni Vargas, Bruno Caverna and Ponciano Almeida.

Into the Woods

16th November 2013
14:30
Edge Hill University Third Year Performing Arts Students present Into the Woods.

Tales From The Night Circus

16th November 2013
19:30
Edge Hill University Third Year Performing Arts Students present Tales From The Night Circus.

Into the Woods

15th November 2013
19:30
Edge Hill University Third Year Performing Arts Students present Into the Woods.

Tales From The Night Circus

15th November 2013
19:30
Edge Hill University Third Year Performing Arts Students present Tales From The Night Circus.

This Party and Flight

14th November 2013
19:30
Edge Hill University Third Year Performing Arts Students present This Party and Flight In collaboration with Levantes Dance Theatre.

Beside Ourselves

13th November 2013
19:30
Edge Hill University Third Year Performing Arts Students present Beside Ourselves, a meditation on themes from A Mouthful of Birds by Caryl Churchill and David Lan.

This Party and Flight

13th November 2013
19:30
Edge Hill University Third Year Performing Arts Students present This Party and Flight In collaboration with Levantes Dance Theatre.

Free Edge Hill University Music Talks

13th November 2013
15:00
Come along to the second Free Music Talk presented by Departments of Media, Performing Arts and Faculty of Education

Beside Ourselves

12th November 2013
19:30
Edge Hill University Third Year Performing Arts Students present Beside Ourselves, a meditation on A Mouthful of Birds by Caryl Churchill and David Lan.

Devices and Desires

12th November 2013
19:30
Edge Hill University Third Year Performing Arts Students present Devices and Desires.

Devices and Desires

11th November 2013
19:30
Edge Hill University Third Year Performing Arts Students present Devices and Desires

Directing Actors for Film - A Student Guide

28th October 2013
18:00
A Masterclass on Directing Actors for Films by Guy Evans

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