Leon Sinden Award Win for Fiona Wood

The winners of Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s 24th annual Leon Sinden Awards have been announced, with Brennan Artist Fiona Wood picking up Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Susan Skinner in Before The Party.

Audiences and visitors throughout the theatre’s Summer Season have been placing their votes for Best Actor and Actress in a Supporting Role, and the annual awards were presented onstage after the final performance of Chicago, at the Theatre on Saturday night, following an extra week of the musical due to popular demand.

Fiona is pictured here with Alan Mirren, who picked up the award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance as Amos Hart (and Mr Cellophane) in Chicago, and actor John Ramage, who presented both actors with their awards.

Congratulations, Fiona!


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