2017 Fringe Award Winners - Scotsman and Stage

The Scotsman Fringe First Awards

Week one

Nassim – Bush Theatre (Traverse)

Flesh and Bone – Unpolished Theatre (Pleasance)

Letters to Morrissey – Traverse Theatre Company in association with Tron Theatre (Traverse)

Enterprise – Americana Absurdum Productions (Assembly)

The Believers Are But Brothers – Javaad Alipoor – (Summerhall)

Week two

A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) – Silent Uproar in association with LittleMighty (Pleasance)

The Shape of the Pain – China Plate, Rachel Bagshaw and Chris Thorpe (Summerhall)

How to Act – National Theatre of Scotland (Summerhall)

Borders by Henry Naylor – Gilded Balloon and RedBeard Theatre (Gilded Balloon)

£¥€$ (LIES) – Big in Belgium, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Vooruit, Richard Jordan Productions (Summerhall)

Adam – National Theatre of Scotland (Traverse)

Week three

Education, Education, Education – The Wardrobe Ensemble (Pleasance)

Fag/Stag – Underbelly and The Last Great Hunt (Underbelly)

Foreign Radical – Theatre Conspiracy with Aurora Nova (Summerhall)

(More) Moira Monologues – Kyle / Bissett Productions (Scottish Storytelling Centre)

Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story – 2b theatre company with Aurora Nova (Summerhall)

Stand By – Utter (Summerhall)

The Stage Awards for Acting Excellence

Week one

All We Ever Wanted Was Everything – Middle Child (Summerhall

Week two

Prom Kween – Áine Flanagan Productions in association with Underbelly Untapped (Underbelly)

The B*easts – Monica Dolan and Something for the Weekend (Underbelly)

The Fall – Baxter Theatre Centre, University of Cape Town (assembly)

Week three

Education, Education, Education – The Wardrobe Ensemble (Pleasance)

Pike Street – Barrow Street Productions (Summerhall)

Dust – Milly Thomas (Underbelly)

The Stage Awards

salt. – Selina Thompson Ltd (Summerhall)

Mouthpiece – Quote Unquote Collective / Why Not Theatre / Aurora Nova (Summerhall)