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Uninvited Guests and Fuel present
Love Letters Straight From Your Heart
In response to our desire for connection in an age of distance, Uninvited Guests bring you a completely digital, wholly personal and wonderfully live experience in Love Letters Straight From Your Heart.
In their innovative performance style, Uninvited Guests play with what’s real and what’s not, combining high and low tech and often inviting the audience to participate in different ways. They use found source material to reflect the world back out to the audience. By collecting song dedications and the stories attached to them from the audience members of each show of Love Letters, Uninvited Guests create a performance that is unique to each audience every night.
An antidote to isolation. Join us online and we’ll raise our glasses to long lost loves and current lovers, to mums and dads, and to absent friends.
Love Letters was originally a BAC Scratch and Arnolfini We Live Here commission, also commissioned by Leeds Met Studio Theatre. The digital version is co-commissioned by First Art
What to expect
Once you have booked your ticket, Fuel will invite you to send in a music request with a dedication to someone you love. You will be asked to submit this dedication via a simple online form.
You will receive a reminder email the day before with a password and Zoom link to attend, plus any other information you will need to know before the show.
After the performance, you will also receive an email with a playlist of tracks, every playlist is unique to each performance depending on the songs submitted by the audience.
“Though each dedication will be specific to somebody in the room, the anonymity turns 'Love Letters' into a communal experience: at this mercurial show's best, every declaration of love and sorrow resonates with everyone in the room. It is a marvellous piece of theatre that blowtorches away Britishness and forces you to feel.” Time Out *****