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  • Freefall A sharp, humorous and exhilarating look at the fragility of a human life, performed with the Corn Exchange’s trademark blend of beauty, poignancy and comedy. Following their last original piece – and hit of the 2006 Festival– Everyday, the team behind Dublin By Lamplight explores the outrage and euphoria that accompany change and after its huge success a little further south of the Fringe, they’re hoping Freefall will do the same in Edinburgh.
  • Another Someone - The new devised piece of highly energised and captivating theatre from RashDash features a compelling score and a company of versatile young actors. Another Someone looks at young people living in a world where celebrity is imminently possible, where `ordinary' isn't good enough. Four people delve into their imaginations, turning the everyday into a fantasy laced with live music, passionate physicality and pulsing music which will no doubt pull in the crowds at this year’s festival.
  • Crush - Part of the PBH Free Fringe initiative, Lizzy Mace’s new show Crush is perhaps one of the more unusual offerings up in Scotland this August. It’s all about what it's like to have a crush on someone. Lizzy's been exploring crushes by contacting people she used to have a secret crush on... and telling them! By her own admission, “It's a secret crush confess-a-thon!”. Come and find out what happened, and what she discovered about her whole crush conundrum
  • Blackout – This 45 minute smack in the face is inspired by the stories of a young offender from Glasgow. Showcasing a cast of emerging Scottish talent it promises to be a must see for this year’s Fringe. ThickSkin’s Blackout brings this play to life with a mix of striking physicality and Davey Anderson’s hard-hitting text.
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