Dozens of theatre, dance and performance art acts have been announced for Latitude Festival.
The Suffolk festival claims to be the “finest multi-arts festival” in the country, and has announced a varied line-up that includes performances from Ruby Wax, the National Youth Dance Company and Jonny Woo.
Tania Harrison, Curator of the Arts Arenas at Latitude, said: “I’ve tried to look for something for everyone; across all scales of show, ages and ideas.
“From Kneehigh, who are appearing for the first time in the Theatre Arena at Latitude, to Opera North’s stunning voices filling the Little House and Faraway Forest, there is something exciting happening in every nook and cranny of the festival this year.
“We are excited to be supporting a wealth of new talent across the festival.
“And from ones-to-watch to one-offs to must-sees, we will have some spectacular special guest appearances from the virtuoso talents of Ballet Rambert on the Waterfront Stage to a wealth of dance talent across genres in Club Life presented by East London Dance in the Theatre Arena.
“We are thrilled to be presenting a line up befitting of our 10th anniversary – it’s set to be quite the Birthday Weekend!”
Stages include the Waterfront Stage, Pandora’s Playground, and the Literary Arena.
The theatre, cabaret, dance and performance art acts join a long music and comedy line up already announced for the July festival, including Alt-J, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Jason Manford and Alan Richardson.
Kneehigh are performing an adaptation of Micheal Morpurgo’s The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips that was co-written by the author.
There is also a long line up in the Cabaret Arena which includes Le Gateau Chocolat, Bourgeois and Maurice and Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho.
The Literary Arena hosts a Director’s Session with James Grieve from Paines Plough.
Latitude Festival takes place from July 16 to July 19th 2015 at Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk. For tickets, and the full line up, click here.