The Bavard Bar News
Comedian, actor and writer, Robin Ince, is our very special guest at the Bavard Bar on Wednesday, 29 April
Comedian, actor and writer, Robin Ince, is our very special guest at the Bavard Bar on Wednesday, 29 April.
Tune in to Isolation Station Hastings on Facebook at 7pm to hear him live and catch all the usual Bavarian fun and games! Click here to go to the channel.
On Tuesday, 14 April, Tim B’vard was on BBC Radio Sussex talking to Mark Carter about all things ‘Bavarian’ during the lockdown. You can listen again here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p088bn2v The item starts at 2:47:25.
The Bavard Bar has gone ‘online for the lockdown’. On Saturday, 4 April, the Bavard Bar streamed its first show live from Isolation Station Hastings on Facebook. Using Streamyard technology, the new online show allows even more audience engagement and interaction.
The online show will be streamed live every Wednesday between 7-8pm during the lockdown. You will be able to view the show live on Isolation Station Hastings facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/isolation.station.hastings/
And if you want to watch the first two shows again, you can find them here:
Saturday, 4 April: https://www.facebook.com/isolation.station.hastings/videos/635265683705138/
Wednesday, 15 April: https://www.facebook.com/isolation.station.hastings/videos/2660960277521357/
Whilst we’re locked down, the Bavard Bar has moved to the fabulous ‘Isolation Station Hastings’ on Facebook to stream regular live Bavard Bars, full of the usual fabulous Bavarian content.
The first show went out on Saturday, 4 April, and you can watch it again here: https://www.facebook.com/107358074236727/videos/635265683705138/
The next show is scheduled for Wednesday, 15 April at 7:30pm, and you’ll be able to watch it here: https://www.facebook.com/isolation.station.hastings/
Following the UK Government’s announcement, I feel it is necessary and important to postpone this month’s Bavard Bar, and in all likelihood the next few as well.
The key thing at this critical time is that we all take responsibility and do our bit to slow the spread of this disease. This means keeping social contact to a minimum. By doing that, we give our amazing health workers the best chance to save as many lives as possible.
It is likely this period of minimal contact will last for a while. As soon as it is over, rest assured the Bavard Bar will return!
For those of you who have already bought tickets for tomorrow’s Bavard Bar, they will be valid for a future Bavard Bar or you may contact the Kino-teatr for a refund.
In the meantime, wash those hands, keep your distance and don’t panic buy!
Love to you and all your loved ones.
PS Cicely Sponge would have posted but she’s furiously crocheting toilet paper out of the fibres from her living room carpet. It’s deep pile, so she’s gonna be fine 😉
The Bavard Bar is delighted to announce that the Eastbourne show is moving to the Towner Art Gallery