Edinburgh Festival Fringe First winners announced for first week
Six shows have been awarded the prize, given out weekly by The Scotsman during the Festival
The first-week winners of The Scotsman's Fringe First Awards at the Edinburgh Festival have been revealed.
Awarded weekly by the Scottish publication, they commend original productions that have opened at the Fringe across August.
At Summerhall, Eva O'Connor's Mustard, about a fractious relationship with a cyclist, bagged an award, while Still Hungry's physical theatre exploration of motherhood, Raven, won for its performances at Assembly Roxy.
Finally, Daniel Bye won for his show Arthur, which is performed on request in people's living rooms alongside his baby son co-star.
A further set of Fringe First winners will be announced next week.