A special area for Latitude teens

Latitude festival 2013Youngsters Molli Benson, Shelby Dobson, Darrell Barnard-Jones and Ellie Colema

Latitude festival 2013Youngsters Molli Benson, Shelby Dobson, Darrell Barnard-Jones and Ellie Coleman messing around in the inbetweeners area. - Credit: Nick Butcher

Are you or is your child a teenager heading to this weekend's Latitude Festival and looking for some exciting ways to spend your time?

Latitude Festival 2013 - Henham Estate near Southwold, SuffolkNorfolk beat box artist, Frosty perfor

Latitude Festival 2013 - Henham Estate near Southwold, SuffolkNorfolk beat box artist, Frosty performs on the Inbetweeners stage - Credit: Ashley Pickering

If so the Norwich-based arts charity Cultureworks East and Access To Music are once again hosting the Inbetweeners area, which offers digital and creative workshops where young people can use state-of-the-art equipment to produce their own work and get real hands-on experience of the media and music industry.

Editorial staff from the EDP and Norwich Evening News will be on hand to offer youngsters the chance to report on the festival - and have their work published in print and online.

Here are some of the projects taking place...

LATITUDE YOUNG REPORTERS


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The News Room will give teens a taste on what it's like to write, report and present the news. Work as part of a team that will put together features, pictures and reports from the Latitude News Room.

MUSIC PRODUCTION TENT

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If you've been bitten by the bug after seeing so much incredible music throughout the festival, get into the music production tent to learn just how the pros do it.

PHOTOGRAPHY

For the Instagrammers out there, go one step further into the world of professional photography by becoming a Latitude Young Photographer.

THE DJ SHED & BEAT BOXING

Maybe you fancy getting behind the wheels of steel. These workshops will have you beat-matching and free-flowing before you know it.

FASHION WONDERLAND

Step into a world of high fashion to find out how the world's largest fashion houses get their ideas onto the catwalk. You can create, style and star in your very own fashion story.

For more information log on to http://www.latitudefestival.com/family/inbetweeners-area/cultureworks-east

See Monday's paper to see what the Inbetweeners got up to and for reviews, reports and pictures from the festival.

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