It’s 1997. You’re 11. You’re sad, lonely and scared of doing anything that could get you singled out by the hopeless, angry people in your home town.
One day you see a man on telly. He’s mumbling, yet electrifying. He sings: “I am human and I need to be loved, just like everybody else does.”
This guy gets it.
You become obsessed with him. Later, when you need someone, you write to him. A lot.
It’s 2017. You find those letters and ask yourself: “Has the world changed, or have I changed?”
Created by Gary McNair and Gareth Nicholls, returning to HOME after their award-winning sell-out show A Gambler’s Guide to Dying, Letters to Morrissey is about confronting the worst thing you’ve done – and hoping that you can still be good person.