Love Letters Straight From Your Heart

Let's raise our glasses to long lost loves and current lovers, to mums, to dads and to absent friends. Uninvited Guests stage an event that is somewhere between a wedding reception, a wake and a radio dedication show. We speak of our own and other's loves - deep, passionate, ambivalent and unrequited - and dedicate songs to them.

If you want to join us on this happy occasion, send a dedication to someone you love to info@uninvited-guests.net.

Watch our new trailer here.

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Give Me Back My Broken Night

Give Me Back My Broken Night is a collaboration with Duncan Speakman from Circumstance.

Join us to imagine the future of the Enterprize Zone in Bristol.

Walk with us through vacant lots and buildings under construction as we share what is planned for the area, and what the utopian and dystopian alternatives might be.

Before your eyes, a glowing vision of the future will appear, the collective imagining of all those present. 

Give Me Back My Broken Night is a theatrical guided tour, not of the historic past but of the future of your city.

'It was a gorgeous piece that haunts me still'

Maddy Costa, States of Deliquescence blog


Part of a series of Bristol Temple Quarter commissions coordinated by Watershed, Knowle West Media Centre and MAYK, with funding from Arts Council England. Originally commissioned as part of Watershed's Theatre Sandbox in partnership with Soho Theatre.


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Make Better Please

Bring us the troubles of the world, local concerns and the hope in your hearts.

Uninvited Guests are in town. We call on the people to gather with us, to read the day's newspapers together, to speak and to listen.

We will give voice to the concerns of the hour!
We will question the powers that be!
We will make things better! We will make things better!

This is a town hall meeting and a radio broadcast, a public protest and the news of your world. In these times of crises we make a collective ministry with you, our society of friends. Possessed by the spirits of corporate fat cats, cabinet ministers and media tycoons, we invoke the demons of the day, in order to banish them forever. Frothing at the mouth, we dance it out, rock out and rage on your behalf.


Watch the trailer here.

Make Better Please has people talking: read blogs by Matt Trueman (Carousel of Fantasies and Guardian) and Maddy Costa (States of Deliquescense). 

Read the Guardian G2 feature on the company here.

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