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Latitude 2015

  • Southwold, United Kingdom
  • 16-19 July 2015
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Deep in the magical forests of rural Suffolk, Latitude Festival’s eclectic adventure of music, theatre, film and creative arts will be told with even more abandon in 2015 as the festival celebrates its 10th birthday.

Latitude’s earthy vibrance gives it an other-wordly magnetism that pulls in a quality of artists that would be enough to carry the festival on its own, with representatives of rock, pop, indie, folk and electronic music enthralling crowds every July.

But the multi-layered joy of latitude is that it doesn’t stop with the music lineup, but instead keeps bounding on to theatre and performing arts, stunning film premieres, craft-workshops and enormous children’s play areas.

Pointing out that Latitude is multi-award-winning doesn’t capture the intimacy of the venue and programme, but it’s not hard to see why it has been so universally acclaimed for the last decade. It’s almost impossible to there and not smile the entire time.

Headliners

Lineup


Obelisk Arena


BBC Radio 6 Music Stage


iArena Late Night


The Lake Stage




Obelisk Arena


iArena Late Night


The Lake Stage




Poetry

West Yorkshire Playhouse presents: Avocado by Eve Ensler


Comedy


Special Guests & Performances

There will also be performance from Gareth Malone Presents: Voices And The Latitude Choir


Theatre Arena

Kneehigh, Paines Plough, Blind Summit, Ruby Wax: Sane New World, Action To The Word, National Theatre Live Presents Everyman, Bryony Kimmings & Tim Grayburn, Jacksons Lane Presents Lost In Translation Circus, Failed States (10th Anniversary Edition), Theatre Re, Made In China, Pick Of The Pleasance Presents Pipeline Theatre, East London Dance, Sabrina Mahfouz: Chef, Chris Goode & Company, Ignition


Dance

Sadler's Well present Rambert, National Youth Dance Company, Company Chameleon, Danceeast


Cabaret

Duckie, Jonnny Woo & Le Gateau Chocolat, Doug Segal, An Audience With Dickie Beau, Scottee, Bourgeois & Maurice, Diane Chorley, Stuart Bowden, Miss Behave's Gameshow, On Yer Bike - The Maggie Thatcher Game Show, Musical Bingo, Soho Theatres presents: Penny Arcade, Panti Bliss, Le Gateau Chocolat, Twisted Load, Paul Currie, Rhys Nicholson & Lou Sanders


Literary Arena

Hanif Kureichi, Matt Haig, Mark Billingham & My Darling Clementine, New Statesman, Andrew Marr, Kate Mosse and Dr John Mullan, V&A presents Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, Patrick Barkham, John Crace, Viv Groskop, Poppy Chancellor, Dr Pam Spur, London Conchord Ensemble, Edith Bowman, The Wellcome Trust and Salon London, Dr Robin Carhart-Harris, Dr Owen Bowden-Jones, The Psychologist presents Fiona Neill with Sarah Jane Blakemore, No Such Thing As A Fish, Voices In Your Head, The Beaux Zeux, James Veitch


Shed of Stories

Wendy Holden, Tim Clare, Ben Johncock, Ali Ray, Karrie Fransman, William McLellan, Joey Page, Sarah Bennetto, Monica Heisey, Tom Bell, Ben van der Velde, Garrett Millerick, Nat Luurtsema, Beth Vyse, Lucy Neal, Chloe Combi, Galley Beggar Press: Last Pitch Attempt!, Linda Cockshott's Horoscopes


Film & Music Arena

Sheffield Doc/Fest present Sounds of the Cosmos, Geraint Watkins & The Mosquitos, Congo Faith Healers, Emile Bernard, Ross Sutherland, The Look Of Silence (film), Do You Own The Dancefloor (film), Eden (film), Sheffield Doc Fest presents: Sigur Ros' Georg Holm & Orri Pall Dyrason Q&A, Sheffield Doc Fest presents: The Greatest Show On Earth: A Century of Funfairs, Circuses and Carnivals (film), Q&A with Mike Figgis: On Film Making, Q&A with Doug Aitken and Station To Station (film), Tate Worlds: Surrealist Inspired Minecraftathon, Amy Dickson, Alabama 3, Gavin Osborn


The Little House & Faraway Forest

Opera North, Clean Break, David Rosenberg & Glenn Neath, Lily Bevan & Sally Phillips, Caroline Horton & Co and China Plate, Latitude Gdif, Lyric & Watford palace Theatre present The Human Zoo, Birmingham Repertory Theatre in association with The Roundhouse, Daniel Bye, Unlimted, Action Hero, Dash Arts, The Roundhouse & Invinsible Circus, Pentabus, Poundshop of Earthly Delights Hunt & Darton, Joe Wild, (Richard Dedomenici, Brian Lobel, & Holestar), (Rosana Mccade & Eilidh Macaskill), Tania El Khoury & Abigail Conway This Machine and Nick Field, Figs In Wigs, Stuart Bowdn, Tiata Fahodzi, Spitz & Co, Unstable King, Artful Badger, The Wardrobe Ensemble, How To Win Against History, Cuckoo Theatre, Poleroid Theatre, Shit Theater, Look Left Look Right and Young Vic Taking Part, Seth Kriebel, Home Live Art, The Flanagan Collective, And Remember We Care, Hannah Pierce, Old Trunk, Walrus, Leeds Beckett, A Curious Invitation present The Faerie Tale Ball, Sam Wyer & Laura Drake-Chambers, Samara Tompsett, David Shillinglaw, Yann Allsopp & Company, Stonewall


Wellcome Trust Hub

Guerilla Science present Fire Organ: Seeing Sound


Pandora's Playground

Dylan's Mobile Bookstore, Full Stop present: Light The Fuse


The Waterfront Stage

Sadler's Wells present: BBC Young Dancer 2015 Grand Finalists

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Henham Park is located in the heart of Suffolk’s classically English countryside. Woodland streamed with fairylights, a crystal-clear lake and the Latitude flock of multicoloured sheep form the unique natural staging for one of Europe’s most distinctive festival jaunts.


Address

Henham Park, Southwold, Southwold, NR34 8AN, United Kingdom

FAQs

BY PLANE: Norwich International Airport is a few hours north of the festival site. The best journey by public transport would be to take a line 2 First bus to Norwich train station, then take the train to Lowestoft.

BY TRAIN: The closest rail station is Lowestoft. The number 61 bus departs from opposite the rail station every hour or so, and the journey to Henham takes about 75 minutes.

Quite complicated:

Under 4s: Free, no ticket needed

4-12s: Child ticket needed (starting at £8)

13-15s: Accompanied Teen Ticket needed, limited to 2 per booking

16 and overs: Full adult price

All under 16s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian over the age of 18.

Yes, there will be cash machines in both the Arena and camping areas, however there will be a charge to use these. 

Showers will be available in both the Village and family campsite. However, there may be a queue to use these at peak times, 

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