So much to see, so little time. If you haven’t decided what to do yet, entertainment writer Wayne Savage talks to arts curator Tania Harrison, music curator Natasha Haddad and festival founder Melvin Benn
Festival-goers have been urged not to set their sat navs but to follow the temporary traffic signs as they make their way to Latitude this weekend - with three different routes depending on which campsite you are heading for.
The RHS Hampton Court Flower Show is a glorious tribute to the garden, featuring a number of Suffolk and north Essex designers, growers and suppliers, as Lynne Mortimer and photographer Sarah Lucy Brown discovered today.
Intrigue, espionage and paranoia are among the weightier subjects set to be tackled by leading literary lights at this year’s Latitude festival – along with more lighthearted topics like the social scientific study of ‘fun’.