Belle & Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch had a fine line in witty banter as they headlined on the Obelisk Stage at Latitude 2010 on Saturday night.
Ipswich's The Cads were BBC Suffolk Introducing's pick for the Lake Stage on Saturday. Visit the BBC iPlayer to hear BBC Suffolk's three shows from Latitude.
Corinne Bailey Rae returned to music earlier in 2010 with her new album The Sea and was performing on the Obelisk Stage.
DanceEast held workshops and classes in a gazebo near the Cabaret Arena. Read a feature about DanceEast's new centre on Ipswich waterfront in See Also below.
Starsky & Hutch actor and singer David Soul was in the Poetry Tent reading the works of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. Listen to an interview with David below.
Frank Turner on the Obelisk Stage.
A group of seven friends made the game of Where's Wally? relatively easy.
St Petersburg's Theatre Derevo performed Wolves Tango on the Waterfront Stage and on the underwater walkway.
After a downpour in the morning, the sun came out again. Festival-goers seek shade in The Word Arena.
Noah & The Whale in the Word Arena. Former members/associates Laura Marling and Marcus Mumford were also performing at Latitude 2010.
The Horrors were second on the bill in The Word Arena.
Norfolk's Lost Levels in the Sunrise Arena.
The Maccabees on the Obelisk Stage.
The Archie Bronson Outfit's offer of a t-shirt for nude dancers at the Sunrise Arena was met with one man stripping-off - only to be dragged away immediately by security.
The XX went from 'playing to 50 people' at the Lake Stage in 2009 to headlining in a packed Word Arena in 2010.
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