A new book written by Edge Hill’s Professor Victor Merriman examines whether there is a public role for drama to play in times of austerity.
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.
A first-year Musical Theatre student at Edge Hill University has spoken of how her scholarship is helping inspire her towards achieving the goal of a career on the West End stage.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 residency with Circus Sensible has led to employment for some of Edge Hill’s third year Drama and Performing Arts students.