Amnesty International has announced a record number of entries will be vying to get their hands on one particular trophy at this year's Edinburgh Fringe.
The Freedom of Expression Award category is said to have 85 productions nominated.
Now in its 10th year, the award is designed to recognise stand-out performances from the productions that tread the boards at the Festival.
The award scheme puts focus on plays that increase awareness and comprehension of important human rights issues.
John Watson is Amnesty International's programme director for Scotland and also a judge who'll decide just who will get their hands on a plaque - he says that "theatre has a very special ability to engage people."
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