THIRD Year performing arts students at Edge Hill University present Gulliver’s Marvels at The Arts Centre on December 15 and 16.
Renowned circus impresario Mr Gulliver is coming to town with his world-famous troupe of aerialists, jugglers, acrobats and clowns.
Jump aboard ship and experience the wondrous and mind-bending world of Mr Gulliver.
Miniature people, gormless giants, a floating island and clog-dancing horses are just a few of the sights so jawdropping you’ll scarcely believe you’ve seen.
A boisterous blend of visual storytelling, song and circus, Gulliver’s Marvels will provide festive entertainment for the whole family.
To find out more or to book tickets call the box office on 01695 584480 or visit the university website www. edgehill.ac.uk. I4P Seminar: Finding Your Voice As A Teacher In The Context Of South Africa takes place at the Faculty of Education at Edge Hill University on December 11 at 1pm.
Sinobia Kenny will talk about the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences Schools Enrichment Centre (AIMSSEC) and her dissertation study (MA education, Edge Hill University) and other research undertaken to enable teachers (and herself) find their voice in South Africa.
She said: “Twenty-plus years after apartheid we continue to struggle to express ourselves as teachers.
“My view is we are trying to find our professional identity and during the process of continuing professional development, shape and steer it.
“The professional development course at AIMSSEC, in my view, is a catalyst to finding our professional identity.”
This event is free, but please register your place.
To find out more about this event and register, visit the Edge Hill University website: www.edgehill.ac.uk.