Fuel's muddy weekend at Latitude

Posted: 29/07/11
Tags: Theatre

It may have felt like it rained non-stop at Latitude this year, but the skies seemed to clear for each evening's performance of Electric Hotel. It was very exciting to see over a thousand people a night watching the show as it stood tall on the hill in Pandora's playground.

But it wasn't all bad in the rain and mud either. Fuel's new show, The Simple Things in Life had its first outing and the sheds were full of people eager to escape the hubbub of the festival, as well as the downpoars.

And The Summer House warmed spritis in the Theatre Tent while Chris John Jackson did a Sunday morning session to a packed Cabaret Tent.

The buzz around the shows was tangible and you can read about the atmosphere in these articles from the Guardian and The Evening Standard.

Next week ... Big Chill!