LeftLion Magazine #71

28 August 15 words: LeftLion

With Broadway, Theatre Royal, New Perspectives, I'm Not From London, Scalarama, Jeanie Finlay, Sonya Dyer, Alan Kitching, Maid Marian

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Cover: Feargus Stewart 

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Plus Street Tales, What Notts, and Overheard in Notts

The tastiest of photographic delicacies from Hoodtown

The nationwide, month-long film festival, coming to a screen near you

Keeping Good Company
New Perspectives have a natter about their production of Hood

Stage Presence
Celebrating 150 years of damned fine entertainment at Theatre Royal

Under The INFLuence
I’m Not From London have been partying for ten years, and they’re still going strong

Initial Ideas
The king of typography, Alan Kitching, on his latest exhibition

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Sonya Dyer

The Great Pretender
Jeanie Finlay dishes the dirt on her latest documentary, Orion: The Man Who Could Be King

Spotlight on Broadway
Broadway celebrate their 25th anniversary this month - here’s why we love ‘em

The Future is Coming
...And Beyond Institute for Future Research’s Sonya Dyer talks getting women into science

An Inconvenient Booth
One half of the couple who founded the Sally Army, Catherine Booth was a feisty one

Marian Re-Maid
The Dilettante Society bump Hood aside to take a closer look at the legend of Maid Marian

Art Works
With Alexa Milne and Rebecca Autumn

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Spoke 'n’ Words
The Tour of Britain is coming up, and the Raleigh GAC team are preparing for glory

Pick of the Month
Only the best bunch of boredom busters from Beeston to Bulwell bogs

Want to know what’s going off, look no further

Write Lion
It’s poetry season for our regular feature, and we’ve gorra right corker for yer

Music Reviews
Are you hearing what we’re hearing? If not, you bleedin’ well should be

A cheeky sample of some of the best pub grub in Notts

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With Art Hole, LeftLion Abroad and Rocky Horrorscope

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