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Charlotte Smith-Jarvis’ picks of what to eat at Jimmy’s Sausage and Beer Festival this weekend.
Latitude festival has become as famed for its family-friendly atmosphere as it has for its music, theatre and comedy.
There were so many acts taking to the 21 stages across the Latitude Festival site over the last few days.
A birthday party became something of a homecoming parade as acts from previous years returned to play triumphant shows at this year’s Latitude Festival.
Dreamy quartet Warpaint were the perfect act to hit the main stage on the closing hours of Latitude.
Kicking off with Motorcycle Emptiness, the Manic Street Preachers played a set packed with singles.
More than 100 festival-goers took to the main stage at Latitude as part of a performance put together by celebrity choirmaster Gareth Malone.
An Ipswich-based dance house has got thousands of festival-goers swinging and popping throughout the Latitude weekend.
Mancunian Jason Manford provided plenty of laughs as the headliner of the comedy tent on Sunday.
My only criticisms of Leon Bridges’ performance were through no fault of his own.
North London group Real Lies hit all the right notes and teased a promising future with their performance in the Alcove.
A sun-drenched Henham Park was temporarily turned into Ratitude as The Boomtown Rats took centre stage.
For his first performance at Latitude, the subject of Richard Curtis’ hour-long talk was of course relationships.
The singer visited the hotel restaurant for dinner last night.
Music fans at Latitude were braced for more surprises on the festival’s tenth anniversary with strong indications that Thom Yorke will play an unannounced intimate gig tonight.
From the moment they got stuck in to the bass driven Fitzpleasure the crowd were with Alt-J as the band completed their Latitude journey with the Friday headline slot.
Ed Sheeran brought Latitude to a standstill last night with a surprise late-night show.
All the latest from the 2015 Latitude Festival, live from Henham Park in Southwold.
Music lovers have been invited to take the plunge at this year’s Latitude festival in Suffolk as organisers offered the chance to swim outdoors.
The sun was shining and the painted sheep were out as thousands of revellers began making their way to Henham Park for Latitude Festival today.
This morning commuters shared the A12 with heavily-laden cars heading north towards Southwold ready to set up camp at Henham Park.
The A12 and A145 will be busy around Henham Park this morning and again on Sunday night/Monday morning, warn Latitude festival organisers.
Festival-goers are advised to pack their shades as the sun is set to shine over Suffolk this weekend.
It’s usually pink elephants that hint towards a drunken hallucination – but the sight of this fuschia flock is no bleary-eyed illusion.
The Boomtown Rats make their Latitude debut this week. Entertainment writer Wayne Savage talks to drummer Simon Crowe about the band’s cathartic second coming and rocking out in your 60s.
Festival-goers heading to Latitude this week are being reminded to stay safe and leave plenty of time for the journey.
With Latitude Festival only days away, entertainment writer Wayne Savage asks the stage programmers and festival founder Melvin Benn what they’re excited to see.
Police are warning people attending the Latitude Festival to beware of the dangers of “legal highs”.
Festival goers will be heading to Henham Park next week for Latitiude, this year celebrating it’s 10th anniversary. SIMON PARKIN picks 15 bands and artists not to miss.
Latitude Festival comes to Henham Park, near Southwold from Friday, July 17 and here reporter Tom Potter shares his tips on the acts not be missed.