The Scotsman has announced its final round of Fringe First Awards for 2014.
Also winning prizes were Travesti at Pleasance Dome, in which six male actors speak the words of real-life women, No Guts, No Heart, No Glory, being staged at a boxing gym in Craigmillar, and Letters Home, a site-specific collaboration between previous winners Grid Iron and the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
Also announced last night were the winners of The Arches Brick Award, offering the opportunity for a company to re-stage their piece at the Arches, Glasgow in 2015, which went jointly to Christeene for The Christeene Machine and Christopher Brett Bailey for This is How We Die.
Meanwhile the Brighton Fringe Award went to Bucket Club for Lorraine & Alan; the Holden Street Theatres Award went to both Mush and Me and Blood at the Root; and the Carol Tambor Award went to Geoff Sobelle for The Object Lesson.
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- Edinburgh Fringe
- Edinburgh Festival
- Fringe Firsts
- Rosie Wyatt
- Christopher Brett Bailey
- Clara Brennan
- Arches Brick Award
- Carol Tambor Award
- Genevieve Hulme-Beaman
- Christeene Machine