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Latitude: Rag N’ Bone Man – Obelisk Arena

Reviewer: Simon Topping Rag “N” Bone Man, AKA Rory Rory Graham, has come a long way in a short time. His meteoric rise has come since the release of his debut solo album Human in the February of 2017. In under eighteen months his debut album has sold over three quarters of a million copies, he has won two Brit ...

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Latitude: Flight, Faraway Forest

Reviewer: Robin Winters Darkfield, the company founded by Glen Heath & David Rosenberg, returns to Latitude following the success of last year's immersive installation, Seance. This year, the duo brings Flight, once again in a shipping container, once again in pitch darkness for around 20 minutes. With an age guidance of 14+ and having been given some knowledge of the nature ...

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Latitude: Sally Butcher, Persepolis – Theatre of Food

Reviewer: Robin Winters Last year's Latitude was criticised a little for reducing the amount of theatre/spoken word performance spaces that were on offer with The Speakeasy combining the Poetry and Literature tents and the removal of The Little House, so it is good to see some new areas having popped up around the site. One of these new additions is ...

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Latitude Festival: 4×4 Bhangra – Waterfront Stage

Reviewer: Robin Winters It's a scorcher of a day, everybody has that festival tiredness kicking in and we're all just about ready to sit down for the evening with a beer or two; with that in mind, what could possibly be better than watching a colourful Bhangra group close the day's proceedings on the Waterfront stage? Well, watching a colourful ...

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Latitude Festival: NYDC – Used to be Blonde, Waterfront Stage

Artistic Director: Sharon Eyal Reviewer: Robin Winters The National Youth Dance Company have, in previous years, occupied the final slot of the weekend on the Waterfront and closed down Sadler's Wells dance proceedings in style; but this year they arrive in droves to perform to a Saturday afternoon audience. With the last few years' offerings being highly rated, and Latitude ...

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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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Pop Music – Latitude, Theatre Arena

Writer: Anna Jordan Director: James Grieve Reviewer: Kris Hallett The Paines Plough gig theatre slot has become a little bit of a Latitude tradition. A hot new playwright writing an hour piece to a soundtrack that gets the crowds at Henham Park off their chairs and into the groove. Previously they have presented Sabrina Mahfouz's With A Little Bit Of Luck ...

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