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Latitude Festival 2018

  • Henham Park, Southwold, United Kingdom
  • 12-15 July 2018
Latitude Festival 2018
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A woodland adventure of music, comedy, theatre and art

Latitude Festival is a music and performing arts festival, taking place at Henham Park in Suffolk. Popular with families, the festival showcases a lineup of music, comedy, poetry, theatre, politics, film and workshops, making it one of the UK's most diverse and inclusive festivals.

This year's lineup will feature the likes of The Killers, Solange and alt-J, while Latitude Festival's woodland night time areas come alive to the sounds of dance music from across the spectrum.

Away from the music, festival-goers will also be able to experience lakeside theatre, woodland comedy and independent cinema amongst the variety of interactive art installations dotted across the site. 

Headliners

Lineup

BBC Music Stage


Sunrise Arena


Late Night At The Sunrise Arena


BBC Music Introducing


Comedy Arena

  • Harry Hill
  • QI [live]
  • Bridget Christie
  • Alan Davies
  • Dylan Moran
  • Marcus Brigstocke
  • David O'Doherty
  • Jonathan Pie
  • Where's The F In News
  • Mo Gilligan
  • Alex Edelman
  • Shappi Khorsandi
  • Tom Allen
  • Aisling Bea
  • David Morgan
  • Angela Barnes
  • Lloyd Griffith
  • Lolly Adefope
  • Lauren Pattison
  • Jayde Adams
  • Lou Sanders
  • Jarlath Regan
  • Matt Richardson
  • Darren Harriott
  • Kiri Pritchard-McLean
  • Rhys Nicholson
  • Tom Lucy
  • Abigoliah Schamaun
  • Masud Milas
  • Fern Brady
  • Glenn Moore
  • Phoebe Walsh
  • Chortle Student Comics
  • Kinetic Comedy
  • Elanor Tiernan
  • Joel Dommett
  • Kat Bond
  • Rachel Parris
  • Sam Golin & Bish K Ali present Cult Comics
  • Soho Theatre present Nina Conti's Monkey & Roy, Diane Chorley, Pecs, Tash & Ellie and Sophie
  • Willan

Comedy in the Cabaret Theatre


Music & Film Arena

  • Sam Lee & City of London Sinfonia
  • Nadine Shah
  • Charming Baker ICW. Kate Bryan
  • Adam Buxton: Bug X
  • Britten Sinfonia Academy
  • Waiting for Smith
  • Maria Ruban
  • Lee 'Scratch' Perry
  • Mad Professor
  • Hollie Cook
  • Reeps One
  • We Speak Music: Live
  • Oscar Jerome
  • Alexis Ffrench
  • Grace Petrie
  • Tim Arnold
  • White Mink
  • Jenova Collective
  • Swing Zazou
  • Twin Swing
  • DJ Nick Hollywood
  • Asif Kapadia
  • Mark Kermode

The Waterfront Stage

  • Sadler's Wells
  • House of Gospel Choir
  • Gizmo Varillas
  • Nikki Slade: Open Chanting
  • Disco Yoga
  • Wayne McGregor's Atomos

The Speakeasy

  • Table Manners with Jessie Ware
  • Reasons To Be Cheerful with Ed Miliband & Geoff Lloyd
  • Stacey Dooley
  • Sandi Toksvig ICW. John Lloyd
  • Modern Love w. Dolly Alderton
  • The Guyliner & Joel Dommett
  • Amy León
  • Luke Wright
  • Ross Sutherland
  • WYP Presents Testament: Woke
  • Octavia Poetry Collective
  • Jemima Foxtrot
  • Harry and Chris
  • Caroline Bird
  • Brigitte Aphrodite
  • Hussain Manawer
  • Pappy's Flatshare Slamdown
  • Sarah Bennetto
  • Daniel Piper
  • Dylan's Mobile Bookstore
  • Joelle Taylor
  • Dr John Cooper Clarke
  • Jonnie Bayfield Performing as Dostoevsky
  • Mark Grist
  • Michelle Madsen
  • Patrick Barkham: Island
  • Three Track With Gabriel Ebulue & Special Guests (TBA)
  • Travis Alabanza: Before I Go Outside (You Love Me)
  • Russell Kane presents Evil Genius
  • Adam Kay's This Is Going To Hurt
  • Reggie Yates
  • Sky At Night's Chris Lintott
  • Ian McMillan hosts The Verb
  • Women's Prize for Fiction presents Who Owns the New Feminism

Theatre & Dance

  • Recirquel Contemporary Circus:
  • Sadler's Wells
  • Balaklava Blues
  • David Rosenberg & Glen Heath
  • Lyric Hammersmith
  • Bryony Kimmings
  • Suffrageddon
  • Mark Thomas
  • Scottish Dance Theatre
  • Theatre Ad Infinitum
  • Nele Needs A Holiday
  • Middle Child
  • Nabokov
  • Highrise Theatre
  • Femme Fatale
  • Push Things Forward Collective
  • Dom Coyote
  • Pecho Mama
  • Rosy Carrick
  • Madi Maxwell-Libby
  • Rachael Young
  • Stephen Joseph Theatre
  • Amy Mason
  • SBC Theatre
  • Reggie Roberts
  • BalletBoyz present Fourteen Days
  • Crxss Platform feat. Raw Heed
  • Theo
  • Gonzy
  • Taliwoah and Denzel Himself
  • Lost Dog: Juliet and Romeo
  • New Adventures presents Swan Lake
  • Phoenix Dance Theatre present Windrush: Movement of the People
  • Sadler's Wells present ZooNation: The Kate Prince Company; Sylvia (Excerpt)
  • Sadler's Wells present Humanhood: Nomadis
  • Sadler's Wells present Extended Play/Jamaal Burkmar: Volume 1
  • Sadler's Wells present NYDC/Sharon Eyal: Used To Be Blonde
  • Action To The World: The Theban Motherfucker (World Premiere)
  • Blind Summit: Henry (UK Premiere)
  • Brexit: The Gameshow
  • Dash Arts: Euro-Squat
  • Emma Attwood & Nick Finegan: Just Like Real Life
  • Gate Theatre & Eno Present Effigies of Wickedness (Songs Banned by the Nazis)
  • Hightide Theatre Presents Deserts by Sam Steiner
  • Ovalhouse & Live: The Virtual Theatre
  • Paines Plough present Pop Music by Anna Jordan
  • Pip Hambly: Kinkens (Preview)
  • Rob Kemp: The Elvis Dead
  • Royal Opera House presents Don Giovanni (Live Broadcast)
  • Three Sisters by Rash Dash
  • After Chekhov
  • The PappyShow

Hidden amongst the trees of this serene corner of English countryside is the lush green meadows and famous lake of Henham Park, turned for one weekend only, into a magical wonderland.


Address

Henham Park, 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.

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