Suffolk's Latitude Festival kicks off this weekend promising the best in music, dance, comedy, poetry, theatre, literature, podcasts, family activities and wellness.
Whilst musical highlights include Pulp, George Ezra and Paolo Nutini, the festival always draws some of the country's top comedians and this year is no exception. This year's comedy headliners include Ed Gamble, Romesh Ranganathan and Sara Pascoe, as well as some of the hottest upcoming acts around.
Shortlisted for Best Live Show at the National Comedy Awards and three-time Edinburgh Festival Nominee, Amy Gledhill will be performing on the main Comedy Arena stage tonight (Friday 21st July) at 5.25pm, warming up for headliner Ed Gamble. Funny Women and Chortle Student Awards finalist Sharon Wanjohi will be on the same stage on Sunday afternoon.