Doncaster, where God lives next door to Tesco #ILoveDN #DoncasterIsGreat #Doncopolitan

Warren Draper


A while ago, during Doncasterโ€™s last bid to become a city, I had the idea of producing an arts, listings and culture magazine for Doncaster which would celebrate all things Donny in a tongue-only-slightly-in-cheek kinda way.ย  I firmly believe that if Donny was given the same glossy magazine treatment that most *real* cities enjoy (stylish photos, pretentious write-ups, Whoโ€™s Who of the Doncasteratti, etc.) then it would have no trouble holding its own against Paris, Milan and New York. ๐Ÿ˜€

Take a long, hard look at our town and youโ€™ll realise that Doncaster wants for nothingโ€ฆ nothing but confidence that is. Donโ€™t get me wrong, a little modesty can be a refreshing thing, but when youโ€™re always putting yourself down you shouldnโ€™t really be surprised if people start acting negatively towards you. Doncaster suffers not for what it is, but because of how it views and portrays itself. Soโ€ฆ

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About Rachel Horne

Visual artist and co-creator of Doncopolitan Magazine. One half of Horne & Draper.

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