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Founded in 2006, Latitude Festival coined the tagline ‘More than a music festival’ and it certainly is. Alongside major names on the music stages, Latitude offers a range of theatre, dance, poetry, comedy and literature over four days in the beautiful Henham Park in Suffolk. Multi-coloured sheep and attendees from 8-80 make this one of the most diverse festivals on the circuit.

FEATURE: Nicole Evans – One week on from Latitude 2016

The sheep may now have returned to their normal colours and can wander the pastures of Henham Park in peace and quiet, but the memories of Latitude 2016 still live on. After a week to recover from a hectic four days, The Reviews Hub's Nicole Evans reflects on her Latitude Festival experience.   After leaving last year's Latitude Festival as ...

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LATITUDE 2016: Fergus Morgan reflects on a weekend of comedy

Latitude has often used the tag-line 'more than just a music festival' and with an extensive arts line-up that's certainly true. The Suffolk festival has also grown into one of the largest comedy programmes on the circuit. The tents may now have been dismantled, but Fergus Morgan reflects back on a weekend's mirth in the festival's purple comedy arena.   ...

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NEWS: Organisers hail Latitude 2016 a scorching success

Organisers have hailed this year's running of Suffolk's Latitude festival one of the best ever. Festival goers revelled in the sweltering heat instead of tradition UK festival mud as the sun shone down on Henham Park across the weekend. The 11th Edition of Latitude Festival celebrated the very best in music, comedy, theatre, dance, film, poetry, literature, cabaret, science and ...

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LATITUDE 2016: Cardinal Burns & Guests

Cardinal Burns

Venue: Cabaret Arena Reviewer: Kris Hallett   Sketch based comedy is a dying breed on television, but still an ever popular form on the cabaret scene. The one group that has breached beyond the fringe and into the nation's consciousness over the past couple of years is Cardinal Burns, the brainchild of Seb Cardinal and Dustin Demri-Burns. While watching an ...

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LATITUDE 2016: Les Enfants Terribles – The Fantastical Flying Exploratory Laboratory

The Fantastical Flying Exploratory Laboratory

Writer: Oliver Lansley & Anthony Spargo Director: Emma Earle Music: Tom Gisby Venue: Pandora's Playground Reviewer: Kris Hallett   Twice a day, for the entirety of Latitude, a piece of family theatre springs up from the fertile imaginations of Les Enfants Terrible. A side-quel to the companies hugely successful The Marvellous Imaginary Menagerie, this piece, The Fantastical Flying Exploratory Laboratory, ...

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LATITUDE 2016: Declan McKenna

Declan McKenna

Venue: The Lake Stage Reviewer: Andy Moseley   'First time we were here, we were on a tiny stage somewhere over there, and now here we are headlining on a Saturday evening', Coldplay, Kasabian, Arcade Fire, the number of bands who have come out with this quote is almost as long as the list of festival headliners. Add in the ...

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LATITUDE 2016: Mark Steel

Comedian Mark Steel

Venue: Comedy Arena Reviewer: Fergus Morgan   From Keighley to Kent, Carlisle to Cornwall, Mark Steel clearly has a deep knowledge of this green and pleasant land. That much is obvious. His 45-minute slot in Latitude’s comedy tent is essentially a middle-aged man’s diffuse ramblings on the state of the post-Brexit nation, the state of the English football team, and ...

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LATITUDE 2016: Glen Neath and David Rosenberg – Seance

Seance - Latitude Festival

Creators: Glen Neath and David Rosenberg, Venue: Pandora's Playground Reviewer: Nicole Evans   As we take our seats in the shipping container there are giggles-a-plenty-a-plenty from the sceptical few participants in this performance of Seance. Absolute pitch darkness soon descends after the headphone-clad audience are invited to place our hands on the long and narrow table in front of us. ...

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