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Herald Angel Award

Claire McKenzie and Scott Gilmour (pictured above), founders of Noisemaker, have been awarded a prestigious Herald Angel Award for their work on Atlantic: A Scottish Story at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

The awards honour outstanding work delivered during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and this year the critics noted they have following the development of Noisemaker at the Fringe for several years. Previous Noisemaker Fringe productions include Forest Boy and The Girl Who, both of which were performed by students on the MA Musical Theatre programme at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

This year’s production Atlantic: A Scottish Story has received five star reviews from across the press, and is proving to be one of the most popular musical theatre offerings at this year’s Fringe.

For more information on Atlantic: A Scottish Story and other shows offered by RCS during the Edinburgh Festival, please visit https://rcsedfest.co.uk/

 

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