The Kaje talks Latitude to Les Enfants Terribles

Whilst many fear that the art of theatre is dying a slow death in the UK, Les Enfants Terribles Theatre Company are in fact proving quite the opposite.  With the aim of making theatre exciting and accessible to a new generation of theatre-goers, whilst at the same time developing undiscovered and upcoming talent, Les Enfants Terribles have produced sell-out show after sell-out show – regardless of their location.  This year Les Enfants Terribles will be taking to that stage at Latitude, with their take on Oliver Lansley’s “The Vaudevillains”.  The Kaje wanted to know what to expect…

When you think of Latitude what five words spring to mind?

Fun, sun, music, theatre, sheep

If you could only see one performance at this year’s festival what would it be?

Hmm tricky, so many brilliant acts and bands, but pretty excited about Brett Easton Ellis in the Literary Arena.

What five items will you be bringing to Latitude?

Our show, a tent, wellies, a torch, clothes. Though I will probably forget the last four!

Do you have anything special planed for your performance at Latitude?

The whole thing will hopefully be pretty special! We’ve just started working on our new musical ‘The Vaudevillains’ which features singing Siamese striplets, a psychopathic ventriloquist and a nervy knife-thrower to name but a few characters, so there are some real treats to be found but what we’re doing for the masked ball in the woods is also rather exciting…

Latitude is five years old, how did you celebrate your fifth birthday?

Sadly my memory is not so good but I imagine it involved jelly and cake… like any good birthday.

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