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Waveney District

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  • Day50

    Latitude Day 2

    July 13 in the United Kingdom

    The first full day at the festival started with a visit to the comedy tent where QI were doing a live show - very funny great start to the day.
    Met up with our very dear friends from Chandlers Ford. So lovely to meet up and we had a quick catch up before going our separate ways.
    The food section had bread making (real bread obviously - not your supermarket stuff you understand) which was interesting.
    Watched a couple of Sadler's Wells dance routines on the Waterside Stage - excellent.
    Tried to get into a preview of Suffrageddon which is a new show in the Hamilton mould destined for the big stage but was full so took our chance on The Flight an immersive sound experience which was very good.
    Fitted in a viewing of an excerpt from the all male Swan Lake production - brilliant.
    Watched a Birmingham Repertory show entilted Pop Music which was based around a couple at a wedding re-aquainting themselves after many years - the story written around some of the great dance and disco music of the last 30 years - only three performers - it was funny, emotional and brilliantly performed.
    Even managed a bit of music - La Femme sounded good. Caught the end of the Charlatans. Naaz on the Sunrise Stage had a great support and rapturous reception.
    Checked out before Solange came on stage - rumours were rife that Beyonce was going to appear but we will never know.
    Opened a bottle of fizz when back at Hazel as we finally had a tenant move into our house today - a cause for celebration.
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  • Day49

    Latitude Festival

    July 12 in the United Kingdom

    The festival is open and we arrived in blazing sunshine for what we know is going to be a great weekend.
    Had a bbq before entering the arena to watch a bit of Don Giovani at the theatre which was televised direct from the Royal Opera House. 20 minutes of which was quite enough - if we knew italian or the story it would have helped enormously. Seemed to be about some filandering Italian gentleman who was having a good time with the ladies.
    We then watched a feminist group bang on about something or other and quickly moved on to some hip hop street dance crew who were at the opposite end of the spectrum - six girls shaking their booty under the direction of a male emcee. Seemed like the latter were having the most enjoyable time.
    Brilliant - and the festival starts in earnest tomorrow
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  • Day51

    Latitude Day 3

    July 14 in the United Kingdom

    Started with Comedy tent "Where's the F in News" mildly amusing
    Food demonstration Indian Cooking
    Then watched The Pheonix Dance Company perform "Windrush - Movement of the People" which was outstanding, followed by an excerpt from Sylvia, a new musical which was performed well.
    Simon Evans in the comedy tent was very funny. Should have stayed for Harry Hill but instead joined a very long queue for the theatre - big mistake, as the full barrier came down just as we were about to get in.
    Instead we went to watch and participate with the Bhangra Dancers who were great fun..
    In main arena watched The Vaccines who were good prior to the Killers who were brilliant.
    Finished with a visit to the theatre to see "Paris De Nuit" by Reciquel Contemporary Circus which was very good
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