LeftLion Magazine #34

31/03/2010

LeftLion Magazine #34


 



LeftLion Magazine - Issue 34
  April - May 2010

 

LeftLion Magazine April-May 2010
LeftLion Magazine April-May 2010
LeftLion Magazine - Issue 34 - it's all Hood
LeftLion Magazine  - Issue 34 - it's all Hood
 
Noshingham - LeftLion Magazine April-May 2010
Noshingham - LeftLion Magazine April-May 2010

 

 

May Contain Notts
The local news diary that pays your Nana and her mate to dress up as schoolgirls and erotically pass a Nuttall’s Mintoe between their mouths on the dancefloor at Flares

It’s All Hood
Our complete guide to the man who put us on the map starts right here...

Tourist Trap or Soulless Crap?
Should Nottingham aspire to be a tourist town? Rob Cutforth says yes

The Deep, Fat Friar
Mark Addy on playing Nottingham’s favourite cake-hoovering holy man

Tales of Robin Hood
How Our Hero stuck it to Joe McCarthy during the Cold War

CSI: Sherwood
Carl Fellstrom on the link between the Merry Men and the Disaffected Youths

A Right Bandit

Robin Hood: Gay icon?

The Rebel Is In The Detail

One of the UK’s foremost new historians on Robbo’s place in English culture

Bow Selector
Ade Andrews on being Robin Hood on a full-time basis

A Major Bloke
The full timeline of the development of the Hooded Man and a new take on the icon by Notts artists

Write Lion
A special tribute to you-know-who

Music Reviews
Beck Stacey, Fists, Feelings By Design, Grande Duke, Kingclaw, Mascot Fight, Moules & Miggins, Nephu Huzzband and We Show Up On Radar. 

Dot In Nottingham
Notts’ annual indoor indie-binge

Event Listings
Shockingly light in archery contests,
rabble-rousing and public executions
but rammed as always with what to
do this spring

Noshingham
Annie’s Burger Shack, Alley Café
and Chino Latino

The Arthole
Plus Rocky Horrorscopes, Notts Trumps and LL Abroad
 

Robin Hood - A Major Bloke
Robin Hood - A Major Bloke

 

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This is a web copy of LeftLion magazine Issue 34. Printed copies are available free in selected venues around the city of Nottingham. Full list of venues.

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