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Latitude, the UK’s finest multi-arts festival, are offering a pair of weekend camping tickets for this year’s festival, which will take place in the stunning grounds of Henham Park in Suffolk from 14 – 17 July 2016.


Festival 2016!


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I dunno about you, but I quite fancy a change to things these days. Especially as death seems to be hellbent on ridding the planet of our most brilliantly creative people. So, we can either get drunk and pretend it’s not happening, or we can seek distractions. Happily then, the Norfolk & Norwich Festival is almost upon us, and to kick things off we have Flat, which promises/threatens to provide us with a ‘shift in reality’. And unlike getting shitfaced, it’s free. Clever, interesting, engaging. And free.


Te problem with arts festivals is that quite often they feature world premieres of


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Headliners in the Obelisk Arena on Friday will be Te Maccabees with their first ever major festival headline show, Saturday sees the return of Latitude favourites Te National, and Sunday welcomes one of the British all-time greats, New Order.


Celebrating the biggest names in comedy, theatre, dance, film, cabaret, literature and performance, this year’s arts offering is truly spectacular. Highlights include Circa, Improbable & Blind Summit, a star turn from Mel Giedroyc in the Lyric’s Te


Importance of Being Earnest and performances from Sadler’s Wells on the stunning Waterfront Stage. Plus Russell Howard will be heading up the Comedy Arena, joined by comedy trailblazer, Josh Widdicombe, and Paul Merton, together with his highly renowned Impro Chums.


Further incredible acts are set to be announced over the coming weeks. To keep up to date visit: www.latitudefestival.co.uk


Win a pair of tickets to this stunning festival an hour from Norwich over on our website outlineonline.co.uk


‘groundbreaking, challenging, provocative’ pieces of work. Probably really good pieces of work, but without reviews to go on, deciding whether or not to splurge £12.50 on a 90 minute one woman show can be… tricky. It could be brilliant. But it could also feature audience humiliation, bodily fluids, and cringing so hard you sprain your kidney. It’s a risk. My strategy is to pay for tickets to two things, then recoup any emotional losses by throwing myself into the freebies.


If you’re determined to be able to say that you attended a world premiere (and therefore are part of its acclaimed reception),


the Fierce Light exhibition at NUA features specially commissioned poetry from international writers, photography, and short films about WWI… and it’s free.


For more sybaritic types, the (free) Garden Party up Chappy is always entertaining, and this year will feature the (free) unveiling of Dennis Design Centre’s ‘construction’ for Norwich (you can get (freely) involved with the project in the days beforehand). And from 21:30, you can also watch a ‘deliciously enjoyable’ car chase short film (for free) that’s projected via pedal power. You can even pretend to be cultured during the


party by enjoying a little light Beethoven as performed by Aurora Orchestra in (free) outdoor concerts.


Te event that looks most promising though is Public Jukebox. It’s ‘outdoor sculpture’. Or, the chance to play whale song and Sex Pistols one after the other in a variety of locations around the city for WEEKS. Without needing correct change, because it’s FREE.


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Find out about where to be when for NNF16’s free events at nnfestival.org.uk and follow @jessikart on Twitter.


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