Outlets in the Oadby Student Village
There are three bars in Oadby Student Village, located in John Foster Hall, Beaumont Hall and Stamford Hall. Each of the bars offers something different and as the bars are not specific to the hall, any bar can be used by any student.
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Bar Opens 6pm - 11.30pm Monday to Friday
12pm - 11.30pm Saturday and Sunday
If you prefer a bar with a bit more buzz, then you might want to check out S Bar in Stamford House. S Bar is the most central of the bars and is used as the main venue for all major student events. The bar boasts two plasma screen televisions and a large LCD projector and screen, and is the place to watch all major sporting events including Premiership, Cup and European football as well as Rugby and Cricket. If you want to watch the game at a weekend, don’t worry as S Bar is open 12pm – 11.30pm Saturdays and Sundays. We’re also open 6pm – 11.30pm Monday – Friday and offer a variety of draught and bottled products, as well as soft drinks, spirits, and snacks including pizzas and toasties.
All drinks are reasonably priced and offers are regularly available, especially for events. Entertainment in the bars is provided by the Events committee, and additional events are organised through Arts in the Village. You can also buy tickets to Union nights and other endorsed events at S bar and John Foster Café Bar.
Bar Open 6pm - 9pm
If you want to relax and chill out then the Café Bar at John Foster is the place for you. Located in the heart of the facilities building at John Foster Hall, the mellow lighting and relaxed atmosphere make it the perfect place to unwind. There is a wide variety of cocktails, mocktails and alcoholic drinks available, as well as teas, coffees and other hot drinks.
The bar is open in the evening until 9.30pm every day, but can be booked for private functions including birthday parties and society events where we can open until 11.30pm.
Bar Opens 8pm
If you feel like a bit of culture than you're likely to be drawn towards the Arts in the Village (AITV) Bar at Beaumont. This is a recently refurbished quirky traditional style bar where you can relax or get involved in the events. One of the key features of this area in Beaumont House is the wood panelling and the spectacular views across the Botanic Gardens, which make it the perfect place to relax and soak in the atmosphere.
Events that take place in Beaumont Bar include film nights, book groups, cocktail workshops, acoustic jam sessions, guest speakers and much, much more. There is also an AITV common room where students can meet, socialise and relax in a quiet, alcohol free area. For more information about AITV, please email email@example.com.