SUCCESS AT THE FRINGE
We're hugely excited to announce that both Karim Khan and James Ley have been awarded Fringe First Awards this week for their plays, BROWN BOYS SWIM and ODE TO JOY, respectively.
These awards, established by The Scotsman in partnership with The University of Edinburgh, recognise outstanding new writing premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe.
And, there is still time to catch both of these hit plays in Edinburgh!
See below for details:
Karim Khan's BROWN BOYS SWIM is showing at the Pleasance Dome until the 28th of August.
James Ley's ODE TO JOY is showing at the Summer Hall Demonstration Room until the 28th of August.
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