Latitude Festival Comedy and Literary Additions!

Dave Gorman, Jo Brand Keith Allen amongst the latest line-up

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Jo Brand, Dave Gorman and Tim Vine lead the line-up additions for the Comedy Arena at this year’s Latitude Festival which takes place from July 16-19.

More additions have also been made for the Literary Arena, with authors Jeremy Hardy, Jonathan Coe and Keith Allen all booked to appear.

Latitude’s Arts Arenas are to be filled with over 700 performers at it’s fourth edition, with performance workshops taking place all over the site for you to try your hand at performing too!

Aside from the unique arts programming, the award-winning Suffolk festival’s music arena is set to be headlined by Pet Shop Boys, Grace Jones and Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds. See the full list of music artists confirmed so far, here

Weekend (July 16-19, 2009) tickets are £150, day tickets are £60, and you can buy them here: www.festivalrepublic.com or here: www.latitudefestival.co.uk


The new Arts additions for Latitude are as follows:

COMEDY ARENA
Jo Brand
Dave Gorman
Tim Vine
Janeane Garofalo
Stephen K Amos
Phil Nicol
Charlie Baker
Miles Jupp
Matt Kirshen
Seann Walsh

LITERARY ARENA
Jeremy Hardy
Jonathan Coe
Kate Williams
Keith Allen
Rupert Thomson
Brian Chikwava
Emmanuel Jal
Bernie Katz

CABARET ARENA
Lenny Beige
Kirsten O’Brien
Bourgeois And Maurice
Tommy And The Weeks
Wanderlust
Helix Dance

THEATRE ARENA
Say Hi To The Rivers And The Mountains
(written by Jonathan Coe and The High-Llamas)



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