List of Total Theatre Award winners

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Total Theatre Awards were first presented in 1997 and are given annually at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to companies excelling in devised theatre, live art, visual performance, mime, puppetry, physical theatre, experimental theatre, dance, clown, circus, street, immersive, outdoor, site specific performance[1]. They are one of a number of awards open to companies/artists presenting work at the festival.






Best Newcomers Award
Award for Innovation



  • Total Theatre Award for Experiment and Innovation: Ontroerend Goed, Kopergiettery & Richard Jordon Productions - "Once and For All We're Gonna Tell You Who We Are So Shut Up and Listen"
  • Total Theatre Award for a Graduate Company: Little Bulb Theatre - "Crocosmia "
  • Total Theatre Award for Story Theatre: Puppet State Theatre Company - "The Man Who Planted trees"
  • Total Theatre Award for Visual Theatre: RedCape Theatre - "The Idiot Colony"
  • Total Theatre Award for a Young Company: THE TEAM & National Theatre of Scotland Workshop - "Architecting "
  • The Total Theatre Award for a Significant Contribution to Physical and Visual Theatre: Footsbarn Touring Theatre


  • Emerging Company/Artist award: (I Could Go on Singing) Over the Rainbow, from FK Alexander and One Hundred Homes from Yinka Kuitenbrouwer
  • Physical/Visual Theatre category: Bildraum at Summerhall and Nic Green's Cock and Bull (with Rosana Cade and Laura Bradshaw)
  • Experimentation and Playing with Form: Hot Brown Honey
  • Dance: Happy Hour
  • Circus award: Ockham's Razor: Tipping Point.
  • Significant Contribution Award: Forest Fringe


  1. ^ Street, 180 High; Edinburgh; Eh1 1qs; Kingdom +44131 226 0026, United. "Awards open to all genres". Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Retrieved 2 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Total Theatre Awards. Past Winners". Total Theatre. Archived from the original on 24 December 2012. Retrieved 8 March 2009.
  3. ^ "Winners of the Total Theatre Awards announced | WhatsOnStage". Retrieved 2 February 2019.

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