Latitude Festival has announced a host of new names to this year's lineup across music, comedy, theatre, dance and spoken word.
Heading up the dance programme will be all-male dance company BalletBoyz, who are set to return to the festival to perform their new show Fourteen Days. The show was put together by acclaimed choreographers Craig Revel-Horwood and Christopher Wheeldon in just fourteen days.
Also included are New Adventures with an exclusive preview of their a 21st century adaptation of Swan Lake, while Phoenix Dance Theatre explore the Caribbean immigrant experience, in Windrush: Movement of the People.
Meanwhile, the comedy bill continues to expand with Joel Dommett, Rachel Parris, Kat Bond and Nina Conti's Monkey & Roy joining the lineup.
Over at The Speakeasy, punk laureate John Cooper Clarke will treat fans, alongside nature writer Patrick Barkham and LGBTQ rights activist Travis Alabanza.
And last but not least, the festival will welcome the legendary BBC Radio 4 show Gardener's Question Time for the very first time. Throughout the day GQT panelists will be found onsite in a retro camper van pop-up, offering the unique opportunity for festival-goers to put their gardening questions directly to GQT’s horticultural gurus.
View the full Latitude 2018 lineup announced so far on our guide.