Not just a music festival: Other acts at Latitude Festival

Monday, March 5, 2012
7:15 PM

Although music and comedy often take the headlines, Latitude Festival offers a range of other arts performances.

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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

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