OXJAM BEESTON MUSIC FESTIVAL 2022, 16:10–17:00 Lorna Dea at STAR INN
About Lorna Dea:
Lorna Dea is a well established BBC introducing artist from the Midlands, having received great support from Local and national radio, including BBC Introducing East Midlands, BBC Introducing Coventry and Warwickshire, BBC 6 Music and BBC 1xtra.
Lorna has a passion for Soul and Motown music so gives a nod to this era in her own contemporary style, Dea’s sound has been described as a “Contemporary mix of steady pop beats with subtle undertones of an organic Motown vibe.”
About STAR INN:
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The award winning Star Inn is Oxjam Beeston's headline sponsor!
Here at the Star Inn, we offer a warm welcome in our newly refurbished real ale pub. With 10 hand pulls, the real ale drinkers out there are spoiled for choice. We also offer an extensive wine and whisky menu along with traditional pub snacks and a large homemade stonebaked pizza menu. Being a dog and children friendly the whole family is welcome.
Quiet background music is the norm here, with our snug or our whisky room as an ideal place to sit in peace. On our warmer days, we have a huge marquee to sit in the shade or the biggest garden in Beeston with a sun terrace that’s perfect to enjoy the summer sun in.
On the colder days, stay inside in front of our log burners and enjoy a warming stout. With a separate room off the marquee with a pool table and 2 large TV’s showing sport from Rugby to Cricket to Cycling.
We also have an extensive pizza menu with plenty of homemade stone baked pizza dishes and desserts. See our food section for more details.
We have a great set of deals and offers every week including free pool on Monday, Quiz night on Tuesday, 2 for 1 pizza on Wednesday and a chance to win free beer at 6pm on Thursday!
We are wheelchair friendly from the ramp up to the front door, through to the whisky room and the marquee and out on to the patio and down to the garden. There is also a disabled toilet and a baby change area as well.
Under 18s are welcome as long as accompanied by an adult.