We’re so delighted for our client, Angus Taylor, who’s picked up The Stage Edinburgh Award for Mouthpiece, alongside his co-star Shauna McDonald!
The accolades are given out weekly throughout the Edinburgh Fringe and celebrate outstanding performances at the festival. Angus’s work in Mouthpiece – his debut performance at the Festival – was described by The Stage journalist Fergus Morgan as “almost unbearably raw, full of pain, anger and confusion…superb, in a superb play.”
So many congratulations, Angus – a very well-deserved win!
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