The Guardian is returning to Glastonbury next week, where we’ll have all the usual liveblogs, reviews, features and incredible photography, plus this year the Politics Weekly podcast team are coming along too.
Another new addition is our own daily corner of the official Glastonbury lineup. No, we’re not going to inflict our musical efforts on you – we dole out criticism but wouldn’t dream of receiving it. Instead, we’ll be doing conversation events on the William’s Green stage, each day from 10.20-11am.
On Friday we’ll have those acid-tongued bards of broken Britain, Sleaford Mods; Saturday there’s irrepressible alt-pop singer and dispenser of truths Self Esteem; and on Sunday we’re joined by five-time Grammy winner and force of nature Angélique Kidjo, who plays the festival both solo and with her group Les Amazones d’Afrique.
We’ll be putting readers’ questions to each of the artists, so beginning with Sleaford Mods today, please post your questions in the comments section below. Both Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn will be appearing, ahead of their live performance at 4pm on the West Holts stage.
The best questions will be asked on stage, and if you can’t make it to Glastonbury itself, we’ll have writeups of each conversation the following week. Hopefully see you there!