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Bush Camp at Latitude

21st July, 2009 by Caroline | 3 comments

 

We returned from Latitude yesterday, tired but triumphant. Bush Camp was a sight to behold, complete with a banner, bunting, and brightly coloured ribbons. And we managed to survive the torrential rain, thunder and lightning.

Team suddenloss pulled a blinder - check out http://blogs.whatsonstage.com/2009/07/18/suddenlossofdignitycom-bush-theatre/ for a lovely review. We're heading to Bath this week (we're at the Ustinov from 23-25 July) and then we're on at the Bush from 29 July. Make sure you book as we're selling fast.

We saw some awesome shows (highlights include Nabokov, the Lyric, Russell Kane and Paloma Faith). If you were there, what did you enjoy?

 
 

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1

You were the last thing I saw at Latitude (I had to leave early on the Sunday!) and it was great to end in such a high! LOVED it!

B

 
2

Saw your production, (sudden loss of dignity) at Latitude, thought it was fantastic, very well written and performed. Hope that you guys are there again next year.

Dave Palmer

 
3

Hi

I saw the show at Latitude on Saturday afternoon and thought it was brilliant - it was definitely one of my highlights along with The Duckworth Lewis Method in the Uncut Arena.

Well done all for a great show (and for surviving the rain....I was a CAT steward so was out and about in it - including the thunderstorms on the midnight till 8am shift on Thursday night!)

K

 
 

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