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LeftLion Magazine #75

1 February 16 words: LeftLion

With Any Means Necessary, Kitty Tray, Charles Fox, Nottingham City Homes, Stonebridge City Farm, Wolfgang Buttress, Women's Centre Library, Mantic Games and more

LeftEyeOn
Hoodtown through the eye of the lens

In Focus: Stonebridge City Farm
The city’s furriest residents answered our questions with their cameras

Fantastic Mr Fox
Ex-Clarendon student, Charles Fox, on his Cambodian photography career

Dragged Up
Kitty Tray, or Tranma – as her friends call her – is the mother of Notts drag queens

Home Truths
Our city was built on council houses. Here’s the photo evidence to prove it

Bees Means Hives
Wolfgang Buttress and a swarm of musicians champion the bees in their new album

Lend A Hand
Zaimal Azad is the most kick-ass, feminist librarian there ever was

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Stone-faced Liar
Activist Merrick Badger dishes the dirt on undercover cop, Mark Kennedy, aka Mark Stone

Sleeping with the Enemy
Nottingham Playhouse’s Conspiracy Season draws to a close with Any Means Necessary

Resident Spiegel
The first instalment of the story that lets you decide what happens next

Beyond a Duke
The Dilettante Society lift the lid on the kooky Duke, William John Cavendish-Scott-Bentinck

Art Works
With Lucy Jane Illustration and Makeup Artist Emma Berry

Mantic Visions of War
The duo behind Mantic Games tell us all about their table-top adventures

Tinderlywinks
Looking for love ahead of Valentine’s? Take a glance at our lonely hearts ads

Pick of the Month
February is packing a punch. Pull your socks up, and get back out there

Listings
More stuff to do, plus Nusic Box
               
Noshingham
With Calcutta Club, Zaap Thai and The Embankment

Music Reviews
The freshest beats 2016 has to offer so far

Write Lion
A right lovely poem about Notts, from Sue Dymoke (who we also interviewed)

End Page
With Horrorscopes, Art Hole, Notts Trumps...

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