Theatre company Invisible Dot has picked up its second Fringe First Award in the final round of this year’s Scotsman prize, which recognises outstanding new writing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
It won the prize for its production of Party, a new comedy by Tom Basden. Last week, it picked up an award for The Hotel.
Meanwhile, the Traverse has continued its awards success with two of its shows receiving Fringe Firsts – Grid Iron’s Barflies and Mark Ravenhill and Bette Bourne collaboration A Life in Three Acts.
Inua Ellam’s monologue The 14th Tale and David Leddy’s White Tea were also recipients of the award.
The winner’s were announced this morning at the annual Fringe First concert.