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Latitude Festival: The Lost Disc – Cabaret Tent

Writers: Will Adamsdale and Ed Gaughan Director: Tom Parry Reviewer: Kris Hallett Obsession is a funny thing. It can drive even the sanest person towards the edge, flipping sense and order into mayhem and chaos. Will Adamsdale and Ed Gaughan’s new musical/comedy/play hybrid sees a music journo disappear down a conspiracy theory of his own making. Somewhere out there, he ...

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Latitude Festival: Recirquel Contemporary Circus | Paris De Nuit

Reviewer: Kris Hallett The circus has always held an allure. There is a reason that running away to join the circus has always held an allure. Its form has taken many forms over the years, from family entertainment to stunt shows, but at its heart, there is something of the night about it; the forbidden and the illicit sliding side by ...

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Latitude Festival: Lost Voice Guy – Cabaret Tent

Reviewer: Lucy Ross  The face of comedy is a constantly changing and inspiring form, that can lead its audiences through many different directions and emotions. With comedy being a competitive and often brutal genre, it is no wonder that many comedians struggle to be heard. Yet now, we are seeing the start of a new unique voice reach further audiences across ...

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Latitude Festival: Patrick Barkham | Islander – The Speakeasy

Reviewer: Simon Topping Patrick Barkham has a lot of ground to cover in such a short time. In his new book Islander, Barkham has visited an astonishing amount of the British archipelago in his search for the quirks, joys and challenges of small island living. Inspired by the D H Lawrence story The Man Who Loved Islands, where a man ...

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Latitude Festival: Windrush | Movement of the people – Waterfront Stage

Artistic Director: Sharon Watson Reviewer: Robin Winters Internationally acclaimed Phoenix Dance Theatre certainly win the prize for most set and props on the Waterfront Stage so far at this year’s Latitude; with screens for wardrobe changes, crates, cases, boxes, washing lines and a sofa all being hauled onto the platform before the performance begins. By way of commemorating the 70th ...

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Latitude Festival: Speakeasy Round-Up

With Latitude being so diverse in terms of offerings, it’s always a challenge to a) get around everything you want to see and b) get enough of a stint at any given stage to feel you’ve really made the most of it. Despite this, occasionally deciding to spend some time in one place can be a wise choice and you ...

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