DON’T STOP ME NOW – I’M HAVING SUCH A GOOD TIME!

News Release

14th April 2011

It’s a kind of magic Queen fans can look forward to next month when Wyboston Lakes holds a Queen tribute night. ‘The Great Pretender’ Steve Littlewood will pay tribute to the legendary rock band during an enjoyable evening of food, music and dancing on Friday 20th May.

After a delicious two-course traditional British pub food supper created by Executive Chef Fergus Martin, Steve ‘will rock you’ as Freddie Mercury fronting a Queen tribute act. The menu features steak and Merlot pie, deep-fried haddock with tartare sauce and Mediterranean vegetable lasagne all served with a selection of vegetables. For those who ‘want it all’ the dessert menu includes sticky toffee pudding and sherry trifle, perfect for those looking to satisfy a sweet tooth craving!

Alasdair Swan, General Manager at Wyboston Lakes, said: “Queen were a huge band in the seventies and eighties and our tribute night will be perfect for fans of their music and anyone looking to have a good time with great food!”

The evening begins at 7.30pm and ends at 1.00am. Tickets are £33.50 if purchased online or £35.50 if purchased offline. Tickets are available for over 18s only. 

For those who don’t want to drive home, Wyboston Lakes is offering an inclusive overnight package which includes two tickets, an overnight stay in a double ensuite room and breakfast for two from £117.00.

For more information please visit www.wybostonlakes.co.uk or call 01480 212625 and speak to Julia.

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For more information about this press release please contact:

Holly Tyrrell

holly@shootingstar-pr.co.uk

01522 528540

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