Latitude adds Mella Dee, Blossoms, Beach Baby, and Theo Verney

plus Huw Stephens, Mikee Snooze, You2, Tom Ravenscroft, Yonderland, and more films

published: Wed 8th Jul 2015

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Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th July 2015
Henham Park Estate, Beccles, Suffolk, NR34 8AN, England MAP
£192.50 weekend adult ticket, plus booking fees
daily capacity: 35000
last updated: Wed 8th Jul 2015

Mella Dee, Blossoms, Beach Baby, Theo Verney lead the latest line-up additions for Latitude Festival held from Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th July 2015 in the grounds of Henham Park Estate, in Suffolk.

There's also more DJs confirmed including Huw Stephens, Mikee Snooze, You2, Tom Ravenscroft, Propaganda DJs, Andrew Backhouse, Jen Long, and Gareth Potter, plus poetry from Andy Bennett.

The Minecraft inspired Tate World DJs will present Beatrice Dillon, Toby Kidd, Thin Man Records DJs, and Ben Osborne.

Away from the music TV show 'Yonderland' will also come to the Film and Music Arena showing the first 2 episodes of the new series alongside a Q&A With actors Laurence Rickard, Ben Willbond And Jim Howick chaired by Robin Ince. The area will also host 'Station to Station' director Doug Aitken in conversation with Peter Aspden.

And Other Voices presents a screening of 'Amy Winehouse - The Day She Came To Dingle' directed By Maurice Linnane
 
Hemsley & Hemsley will be joining the Literary Arena as will Alys Fowler: Edible Gardening, Standard Issue will present a host of talks with Mickey Noonan, Hannah Dunleavy, Sadie Hasler, Sofie Hagen, Sara Pascoe, Andrea Mclean, Dr Suze Kundu and Caroline Criado-Perez.

The same area also sees discussions with Chris Watson & David Lindo (The Urban Birder), Dr Owen Bowden Jones Interviews Zoe Cormier (Sex, Drugs & Rock N Roll),  and Robin Carhart Smith. Also performing in the Literary Arena this year will be Paul Gannon, Iszi Lawrence and Richard Sandling presenting, The Geekatorium, the pop culture comedy show  with music, storytelling and games and The Humble Quest for Universal Genius which pits comedians against each other for the amusement of the Latitude crowd. 

Additions to the film programme include Sheffield Doc/Fest presents This Is Now (Toby Madden), The Face of Ukraine: Casting Oksana Baiul (Kitty Green) The Last Smallholder (Francis Lee) and Dear Araucaria (Matt Houghton).
 
London International Animation Festival Short Film Programme Presents
History Of Pets (Kris Genjin), Fear Of Flying (Conor Finnegan), Mute (Job, Joris, Marieke), Chernokids And Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared 2 (Becky Sloan & Joseph Pelling).
 
London Short Film Festival presents Out Of Body & 3 Ways To Go (Sarah Cox), Ana (Sole Aguila), Me And Rubyfruit (Sadie Benning), Mound (Allison Schulnik), Tulips At Dawn (Rosie Pedlow), The Nest (Em Cooper), and Redshift (Emily Richardson).

The will also be short films from BFI Presents On Yer Bike And On Yer Bike 2, Toilets And Smoke (Gabriel Bisset-Simth), The Muse (Tim Walker), The Bird (Joe Parham And Ben Target), Balsa Wood (Dominique Lecchi),  Intervention (Jim Archer), For Life Starring Brett Goldstein (William Bridges), Sink Or Swim (Luke Snellin), A Song Of Oil, Ice & Fire And A History Of Recorded Music In 90 Seconds (Martin Stirling),  and Recession (Beryl Richards).
 
Rankin Film Productions Presents Channel 4 Random Acts with Balance (Rankin) , Wewi (David Allain), Waltz (Sam Blair & Edward Edwards), Suck, Squeeze, Bang, Blow (Jonny Maderson & Jono Stevens), Tracks (Claire Oakley), Old Habits (The Brothers Lynch), and Advent (Mahalia Belo).
 
The Little House will host Caroline Horton & Co, China Plate and Action Aid. Following the performance of For The Little People, Murray Worthy, Tax Campaign Manager for ActionAid UK chairs a panel discussion about tax. Panellists include: Mike Truman, Editor of Taxation Magazine from 2004-2015, Theatre Maker, Caroline Horton, Omar Elerian associate director at The Bush and director of For The Little People and Islands and John Christensen, an investigative economist and director of the Tax Justice Network.

The music line-up includes Alt-J, Portishead, and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will headline, plus Manic Street Preachers, Caribou, James Blake, Laura Marling, Wild Beasts, Lianne La Havas, Seasick Steve, Jose Gonzalez, Femi Kuti and the Positive Force, Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens, Benjamin Booker, JP Cooper, Jon Hopkins, The Vaccines, SBTRKT, Django Django, Public Service Broadcasting, Catfish & The Bottlemen, La Roux, Years And Years, Toro Y Moi, Savages, Wolf Alice, Young Fathers, Kwabs, Sun Kil Moon/Mark Kozelek, King Creosote, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Thurston Moore Band, The Districts, Soak, Clark, Clare Maguire, Neon Waltz, Prides, Aquilo, Charlie Cunningham, Clarence Clarity, Denai Moore, Formation, Gulf, Eaves, Boxed In, Man Made, Petite Meller, Pretty Vicious, Sundara Karma, To Kill A King, Outfit, The 2 Bears, Adult Jazz, Kiasmos, Jack Garratt, Shura, Gengahr, Ibeyi, Susanne Sundfor, DM Stith, Duke Garwood, Leon Bridges, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, The Twilight Sad, Curtis Harding, Marika Hackman, Nadine Shah, Dolores Haze, Ben UFO, DJ Ez, Monki, Alexander Nut, The Four Owls, The Busy Twist, Werkha, Chilly Gonzales & Kaiser Quartett,  Sadler's Wells, The Portrait Choir, Simon Armitage, John Cooper Clarke, Michael Rosen, Nick Helm, George The Poet, and more.

For the line-up details as available see the Latitude line-up page.

Latitude offers much more than coloured sheep and music, however and the first of the other entertainments of art which will include film, comedy, theatre, cabaret, dance, poetry, and literature have been revealed too.

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An adult weekend ticket is priced at £192.50 with a Family Camping option also available, a teen weekend ticket is priced at £132.50, with a weekend ticket for all children aged 5 -12 years priced at £8. Campervan permits are priced at £39.50, and mobilehome and caravan passes are priced at £59.50, Day tickets are not yet on sale.

Tickets can also be paid for in instalments, and secured with a first payment of £50.



Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th July 2015
Henham Park Estate, Beccles, Suffolk, NR34 8AN, England MAP
£192.50 weekend adult ticket, plus booking fees
daily capacity: 35000
last updated: Wed 8th Jul 2015


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