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New names for Latitude line-up as festival draws ever closer

13:22 08 July 2015

Festival goers enjoy the music on the main stage at Latitude

Festival goers enjoy the music on the main stage at Latitude

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The creators of Yonderland will screen two new episodes and discuss the hit puppet show at this year’s Latitude festival.

They are among the latest names announced for the multi-arts event from July 16-19 at Henham Park.

Director Doug Aitken will talk about new film, Station to Station, with Financial Times columnist, Peter Aspden, while culinary siblings Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley discuss their book, The Art of Eating Well.

Edible Garden author Alys Fowler also visits the Literary Arena, and ‘Urban Birder’ David Lindo will be in discussion with wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson. The Geekatorium will, meanwhile, celebrate pop culture through comedy, music, storytelling and games.

New music acts include Manchester band Blossoms, London-based Beach Baby and Brighton’s Theo Verney.

Visit latitudefestival.co.uk for the full line-up.

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  • I need to get out more, never heard of any of these!

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