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Masters of off-the-cuff improv, the comedy ensemble will take audience suggestions at the Norwich comedy festival and transform them into fantastically funny scenes and songs in the blink of an eye.

From watching big bands to making mud pies, people love Latitude for different reasons.

It grows bigger and better each year and in 2017 Latitude Festival outshone itself.

Fans of Mumford and Sons know what to expect from their gigs. In fact, there’s not a music lover out there that won’t know the British band will do when they get out on stage.

Katherine Jenkins is one of the few artists who could look perfectly picturesque gliding towards the Waterfront Stage at Latitude Festival.

Festival goers to Latitude put their best fashion foot forward at the Suffolk festival.

With his charming good looks and energy filled set, it’s hardly surprising the comedy tent was filled with enough young girls to rival a One Direction concert.

It’s hard to believe this wry and witty comedian started out as a corporate lawyer, although then again it’s not.

Lucy Rose, Skott and Joel Dommett were among the acts to strut their stuff on Saturday afternoon at Henham Park as Latitude Festival continued.

Friday night headliners the 1975 lived up to their reputation of being beautifully weird in the set on Latitude’s main stage.

Not an inch of floor space was left empty as people jostled for room when Dara O’Briain took to the Comedy stage to headline on Friday evening.

The famous pink sheep are grazing and Latitude 2017 is underway with numbers at Henham Park, near Southwold, expected to break records.

The Mystery Jets take on indie has spawned countless spin-off groups.

It’s not often you leave an early afternoon The Coral gig battered and bruised.

Having previously won the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year and selling out the Edinburgh Festival for the month of August, Seann Walsh managed to draw a crowd, with the Comedy Stage overflowing.

Thousands of festival-goers have arrived for the 12th edition of Latitude Festival.

The mic awaits top comedy circuit stalwarts, music comedians and upcoming new stand-up talent at the Unthank Comedy Festival that will bring laughter to the Norwich pub.

The doctor turned comedian knows his way to the funny bone. As he bring his new show about saving the NHS to Diss Corn Hall, he tells us about swapping a stethoscope for stand-up.

Sarah Millican is bringing her one-woman Control Enthusiast show to Norwich.

The Scottish comedian who is back in the region used to work as a lawyer on death row than she turned to comedy. But she continues to tackle serious issues amid the laughs.

Acclaimed concert pianists Steven Worbey and Kevin Farrell promise a performance with a difference as they dazzle on the ivories in their latest show Rhapsody at Norwich Playhouse.

The Brexit vote so shocked the quirky, quick-witted and irreverent award-winning comedian that she ditched her planned show to write another which she is bringing to Norwich.

The Game of Thrones inspired show is a funny and affectionate mix of parody, spoof and tribute as seen through the eyes of a super-fan who dreams of amount a live production of his favourite fantasy.

Her cut-glass middle-class accent patiently tried to keep order amid the chaos of nursery school.

Marking 20 years on this side of the pond, the US comedian’s laidback stand-up style, and southern drawl have made him comedy favourite and he is bringing his latest show to Norwich.

Count Arthur Strong, the comedy character of Steve Delaney, prone to delusions of grandeur, selective memory loss and the blurting out of malapropisms is back on TV screens and in Norwich with his latest tour.

Comedy is Milton Jones’ escape from normality. He talks more about stage Milton and real-life Milton, plus his latest show.

Comedian Omid Djalili is bringing his latest show to the region as part of a huge 110-date tour. He talks about rubbing shoulders in Hollywood, finding laughs in the Chilcot report and why he doesn’t mind being called a schmuck.

Russell Kane and Mark Watson are among the big comedy names that have been announced for the this years Laugh In The Park Festival.

The Teeside funnyman tells the story of his 1980s youth, the decade of pop hits but also when his family arrived in the UK escaping from the Iran war.

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