Not just a music festival: Other acts at Latitude Festival
19:15 05 March 2012
Rich Hall will be at Latitude Festival
Although music and comedy often take the headlines, Latitude Festival offers a range of other arts performances.
Some of the highlights this year include:
Theatre: The National Theatre and Sadler’s Wells
Literature: Siri Hustvedt, Iain Banks and Paul Mason
Poetry: Benjamin Zephaniah, Tony Harrison and John Cooper Clarke
Film: Paul Heaton’s The 8th and An English Journey Reimagined featuring Alan Moore
Theatre: Circa, Battersea Arts Centre and The National Theatre
Dance: Sadler’s Wells
Cabaret: Rich Hall’s Hoedown and Ida Barr’s Variety Parade
Children’s Arena: Arts and crafts for families
Other Beccles and Bungay events
Agatha Christie’s classic thriller A Murder Is Announced will be performed buy the Bungay Theatre Group at the Fisher Theatre in Bungay next week.
To mark the centenary of the start of the First World War Serendipity Productions are presenting a special double bill of remembrance next Friday and Saturday.
An event illustrating artists’ responses to the landscape of the Waveney and Blyth Valleys will be held at The Cut in Halesworth next weekend.
Waveney Light Opera Group (WLOG) may have just finished a sell-out performance of Singing in the Rain but they are already gearing up for their next production which will take them in a totally different direction.