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We See Fireworks is an installation and a performance archive of audience voices. A curated programme of memories of past performances or performative moments whispered softly into the darkness.

Articulated by 250 recordings of strangers, these words are viral, searing into the consciousness until our deepest memories become yours.

You can immerse yourself in We See Fireworks at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011:
Monday 22 - Saturday 27 August 10:30am - 4:45pm
The Lecture Room, Museum of Edinburgh, Huntly House, 142 Canongate, Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH8 DD
Entry is FREE (limited capacity)

‘You find yourself laughing and all of a sudden you don’t know why you have been laughing at all’

Tweet #WSF with your perfect or poignant performance moments to help us build our memory bank...

Friday, 15 April 2011

Some of our favourite #wsf tweets

We've had some funny, poetic, beautiful and poignant tweets since we started our #wsf campaign last week so we thought we'd post some up here to say thank you!
Here's a selection of our faves so far, but keep them coming in!

 Kate Yedigaroff 
They stand behind a long desk. And confess. Relentlessly. Frivolities and horrors. To my left 'this isn't theatre' & i am delighted 

 search party 
He shows me a picture of his penis and asks me to rate it out of ten. I give him a 4. Everything has changed between us. 

 Sedated By A Brick 
Her head jerks down quickly towards the solid desk surface. I flinch. Water splashes everywhere. She is drowning in the desk. 

 Sita Calvert-Ennals 

 I opened my eyes and he was crying. I knew I was a fool but I felt like he was crying for me

 Hannah Nicklin 
A man lights a single candle for me, and I write a letter that it takes all my efforts not to dot with tears 

 Action Hero 
i spat the ball at his forehead and he threw the beer bottle at my head 

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