Edinburgh Festival Fringe – That was the fringe that was…Awards, nominations and reviews galore…

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014 – So the Edinburgh Fringe is finally over for another year, It’s no mean feat to perform at the festival, the sheer size of our programme, let alone the fringe itself can be a little mind boggling and a fair event to get your head around, especially if it’s your first year. It is though, as ever, a fantastically creative platform for cross genre performance – we thank all our companies for making this years festival such a wonderful spectacle.

It was fantastic to see so many reviews for pretty much all our shows, I think the record was 11 – the fringe press officer couldn’t believe that! It’s also great to see so many companies supporting each others shows by using their Space Passes, we believe these are a crucial part of giving companies the opportunity to support each others shows early in their runs.

Many congratulations to those companies that won awards this year, very well done to ‘Naughty Corner Productions’ for their show ‘The Bastard Queen’ winners of the 2014 NSDF (National Student Drama Festival) Award for best show, they will transfer to The Pleasance in Islington (London) in January. It’s always fantastic to win this award as its given to a young and developing company presenting a new piece of work…really fabulous stuff.

A huge round of applaus to ‘Semitoned’ who with their show ‘toned up’ won the prestigous and illusive ‘Bobby Award’ – one of the very few awards given by the Broadwauy Baby team awarded for level of work of extremely good quality. They now become the only ever A-Capella group to win the award. See more here: http://semitoned.wordpress.com/edinburgh-fringe-2013/

Also – Award nominations included 3 shows for the 10 nominated for the Musical Theatre Network Awards, congratulations to Alba – Finn Anderson Productions, The Outback Games: A New Musical – Edwards Theatrical and Victorian Vices – The Picture of Dorian Gray – Another Soup Productions.

Thank you to all those who have sent notes and e-mails of thanks and we wish you all the very best with future projects, shows and tours.

We are now starting to programme for 2015 so if you are looking to bring a show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival then please view our different theatres on our website – wwww.thespaceuk.com

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