More music, arts and comedy for Latitude

Another fun-sized lump of entertainment has been promised for the forthcoming Latitude festival, which takes place in Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk, from 12-15 July.

Mark Lamarr will be curating a night in the Music & Film Arena with The Beat, Alabama 3, Broken Family Band, Edgar Jones and the Joneses and Little George Sueref all involved.

Other new additions to the Music & Film Arena over the weekend are Lautrec, Days Of Being Wild, Richard Demonenici and Future Cinema with Perico, Little Boat and Kora, while The Puppini Sisters will perform in the Cabaret Tent.

In the Comedy Tent, Bill Bailey, Arnad Chanda and Phil Jupitus join an all-star cast that already includes Dylan Moran, Stuart Lee and Alan Carr

Simon Armitage will perform in the Poetry Arena, joining an impressive literary line up that including John Hegley, David Jay and Roger Mcgough

Kester Aspden and Molly McGrann have confirmed for the Literary Arena, while Paines Plough, The Bush Theatre, Pegabovine and Birds Of Britain have all been added to the Theatre Arena.

Back for its second year, Latitude Festival boasts an eclectic array of art, entertainment and performances with many more to be announced over the coming months.

Damien Rice, The Good The Bad & The Queen and Arcade Fire headline the event with loads more in the way of music, poetry and various other art forms on show.

Tickets are on sale, priced £112 for the weekend or £40 per day.