More Arts And Music Names Announced!

Every day, cinch presents Latitude 2022 gets closer and closer! We’ve announced 60+ more names across music, comedy, dance, podcasts and more.

Curtis Harding, caroline, Alfie Templeman, Aisling Bea, Marcus Brigstocke and more will be joining us in Henham Park this summer!

Scroll down to see everything announced – and if you haven’t already, get your tickets!

US soul superstar Curtis Harding is bringing the genre back to the mainstream. He’s toured with the likes of Lenny Kravitz and CeeLo Green, and we can’t wait to have him back at Latitude this year.

The brilliant Alfie Templeman will also be performing – catch him on the Obelisk stage.

London octet caroline released their debut album in February to critical acclaim. We’re excited to reveal they’ll be playing a very special set in our Theatre Arena on the Saturday.

Matt Maltese made a big impression when he first appeared at Latitude back in 2017. Since then, he’s released two more studio albums and gone from strength to strength. We can’t wait to hear his latest material live in the Sunrise Arena.


We’ve got a whole host of comedy names to announce! Aisling Bea, award winning comedian and creator of Channel 4’s This Way Up will be coming back to Latitude to perform in the Comedy Arena alongside Latitude favourite Marcus Brigstocke, known for his acclaimed BBC Radio 4 programme, The Now Show.

Rachel Parris, who is best known for her viral segments on The Mash Report and Late Night Mash, also makes a welcome return to the festival alongside acclaimed comedian, writer and current Taskmaster contestant, Sophie Duker whose Edinburgh Fringe Show, Venus, saw her nominated for the Best Newcomer award.

Also joining the comedy bill: Brennan Reece, Emma Sidi, Jordan Gray, Katie Pritchard, Ola Labib, Robert White and Zach Zucker.

Aisling Bea

Even More Acts Announced!

Stop by The Listening Post to catch comedian Rosie Wilby, who will share hilarious tales of heartbreak and recovery during a live recording of podcast The Breakup Monologues. Jess Gillam will also be recording an episode of her award-winning Radio 3 programme This Classical Life.

The Cosmic Shambles Network will be delving deeper into the most interesting conversations for the most curious minds with Helen Czerski and Kevin Fong. Plus, The Real Sex Education will be giving you the sex education you never got at school…

Literature fans will be pleased to know a wide range of authors, poets and wordsmiths will be appearing this summer. Natalie Lee (@stylemesunday) will host an emotional and inspiring conversation about her journey from sexual shame to sexual freedom. Laura Bates will discuss ‘Fix the System, Not the Women’, a blazing examination of sexual injustice and a rallying cry for reform.

Award winning poet Clare Pollard will be discussing her acclaimed debut novel ‘Delphi’. Plus, flipped eye publishing will also be presenting a programme of poets across the weekend to mark their 20th anniversary.

Joining East of England locals, Dance East on the dance programme are The Place, London’s creative powerhouse for dance development. They’ll be presenting a programme of boundary pushing dance across the weekend on the beloved Waterfront.

UEA: Our Subversive Voice, Mark Kermode & Guests, Leena Norms, Leslie Thomas QC, BOOKTALKBOOKTALKBOOK, Tomfoolery, and Disco Yoga will also be joining the arts bill across the weekend.