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Latitude 2019 – Saturday evening antics and Sunday morning cool-downs

Heavy rain has just cleared, the lightening is no longer posing a threat and strolling past the Obelisk Arena the smooth sound of Irish rock band Walking on Cars tempt lost wanderers to sit for a while and listen to the round tones of lead singer Patrick Sheehy. The group have an appealing guitar pop sound, which feels vaguely eighties, ...

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Latitude: Suffrageddon, Theatre Arena

Reviewer: Kris Hallett We’re in a room where it happens but it’s not THE room. In the years after a game-changing musical there are guaranteed years of imitators coming along to try to bask in some of the glory, and more importantly, box office bonanza’s of these works. It hasn’t taken long for Hamilton’s influence to take hold, SUFFRAGEDDONis so in thrall ...

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LATITUDE 2015: Voices In Your Head

Hosted by Deborah Frances-White with Thom Tuck, Marcus Brigstocke, Joe Lycett, and Sara Pascoe Venue: The Literary Arena Reviewer: Nicole Evans The Literature Arena is relatively quiet for a Saturday evening show with the majority of the crowds bound for Portishead and The Vaccines, so the carpeted tent makes for a peaceful haven to sit and relax in the company ...

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EDINBURGH FRINGE PREVIEW: Half a Can of Worms

Comedian Deborah Frances-White was adopted as a newborn baby. In late 2012, she stumbled across information about her birth mother and went on a round the clock treasure hunt, drawn into her past like a magnet. This year she presents her true story Half a Can of Worms at the Fringe. Is this your first visit to the Edinburgh Festival ...

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