More dance, theatre, and spoken word has been revealed for the multi-arts Latitude Festival, which takes place for the 13th time over the weekend of Thursday 12th to Sunday 15th July 2018 at Henham Park Estate, Suffolk.
2018's dance programme will include all-male company BalletBoyz performing their new show Fourteen Days; New Adventures will offer an exclusive preview of their new show; Matthew Bourne will bring his version of Swan Lake; Phoenix Dance Theatre will showcase a contemporary performance titlted Windrush: Movement of the People. Also confirmed are Sadler's Wells, Sylvia by Zoonation: The Kate Prince Company, Nomadis by Humahood, Volume 1 by Jamaal Burkmur's company Extented Play, Used to be Blonde by National Youth Dance Company, and shows from Lost Dog, Crxss Platfxrm, Ivan Blackstock, Denzel Himself, Godson, Rawheed Collective, and more.
The theatre line-up has been extended, featuring Gate Theatre and English National Opera present Effigies of Wickedness, Paines Plough and Repertory Theatre performing Anna Jordan's new play Pop Music, Blind Summit Theatre with the UK premiere of Henry, Three Sissters by Rashdash, Action to the Word presenting the world premiere of The Theban Motherfucker, Emma Attwood and Nick Finegan with their new work Just Like Real Life.
Additions to the spoken word come from:- John Cooper Clarke, Patrick Barkham, Travis Alabanza, Mark Grist, Daniel Piper, Gabriel Ebulue, and more.
Comedians Joel Dommett, Rachel Parris, Kat Bond, Monkey & Roy, Diane Chorley, Pecs, Tash & Ellie, Sophie Willian, Eleanor Tiernan, Sam Golin, and Bisha K Ali join the bill, with previously announced acts including James Acaster, Lloyd Griffith, Abigoliah Schamaun, Bridget Christie, Marcus Brigstoke, Alan Davies, Jen Brister, Mark Thomas, Harry Hill, Emma Sidi, Dylan Moran, Phoebe Walsh Stevie Martin and more.
Also announced is the BBC Radio 4 show Gardeners' Question Time coming to Latitude for the first time ever on Friday 13th July. Throughout the day the show's panelists will be found onsite in a retro campervan pop-up to answer attendees questions directly. All questions and answers will be recorded for a special edition of the program to be broadcast on Radio 4.
The musical line-up includes headliners The Killers, Solange, and Alt-J, plus James, Mogwai, Rag N Bone Man, Belle & Sebastian, Wolf Alice, The Vaccines, Jon Hopkins, Jacob Banks, Ibeyi, Hinds, Jessie Ware, Black Honey, The Breeders, Alvvays, And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead, IDLES, Japandroids, Pip Blom, Nadine Shah, Fazerdaze, Pangaea, Superorganism, The Vaccines, Sleeper, & more. For a complete list of acts please see the line-up page.
An adult weekend ticket is priced at £197.50 with a Family Camping option also available, a teen weekend ticket were priced at £140.50. Campervan permits are priced at £40, and mobile home and caravan passes are priced at £60.
Saturday day tickets have been announced as now being sold out.
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