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Norwich’s Latitude takeover


If you’re heading to good old Latitude you might want to enjoy some of the homegrown talent that has been specially chosen to entertain the masses this year. Go along and show them some love.


Isaac Gracie,a UEA student who was picked up by BBC Introducing and recently played Glastonbury is on Te Lake Stage on Sunday. Norwich poets Molly Naylor, Luke Wright and John Osbornewill be getting their words on in Te Poetry Arena throughout the weekend. Let’s Eat Grandmahit Te Sunrise Arena up on Friday. Norwich, represent.


What’s even more exciting is that Te Inbetweeners Stage, curated by Access to Music and Culture Works East has got even more Norwich treats to beguile you. Tere’s a full line up of local live music, as well as workshops and crafts designed for teens aged 12+. Announced so far for Saturday are three Norwich acts who are about to show Latitude what’s what.


Midnight Zoo First put together at high school in 2011, their intense, dark sounds are led by their mesmerising lead singer Jess PJ. A full on and mature set for Latitude-goers.


Peach Club Riot Grrrl/post punk foursome Peach Club aren’t backwards in coming forwards. Teir riotous live shows in Norwich are unforgettable and their energy infectious.


Luke Peter Foster feat HappyGhost UK Luke creates compelling spoken word pieces alongside live DJ HappyGhost UK. Moving, real and honest, you’ll be blown away.


With plenty more local acts to be announced for Te Inbetweeners Stage, make sure you go check it out.


All the info can be found at latitudefestival.com Apologies for anyone from Norwich who’s performing that we may have missed!


28 / July 2016/outlineonline.co.uk


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