Bar Luna Basement, a bohemian-style café on Jalan Raya Ubud (in Casa Luna restaurant Basement), is the local hot spot for literary musings, tasty tapas, cocktails and more.
Bar Luna Lit Club
Every week, Bar Luna hosts talented writers and artists alongside some of the island's finest musicians, in what has become Bali's hippest literary salon and hot-bed of wild debates, readings, performance and meaningful conversation. From Booker-prize winners to celebrated poets, from dynamic singers to guitar-strumming geniuses, it’s all happening at Bar Luna.
If you are a published author and would like to speak at Bar Luna, please contact us on: email@example.com. We would love to hear from you and will do our best to fit you into our schedule.
Bar Luna Basement Lit Club schedule July 2016
JULY PROGRAMME BAR LUNA
Original soundtrack is one of the most essential part and these two movies known this too well. Recall the 60s until 90s playlist and be spoiled by the unique plots!
Luis Mandoki (2004)
In an effort to have a normal childhood – Chava, an 11 years old boy in El Salvador caught up in a heavily fight over between the Salvadoran Army and El Salvador guerrillas. This film was premiered at the 2004 Toronto International Film Festival.
Last Train Home
Lixin Fan (2009)
1h 25 min
A couple from a rural village in China’s Sichuan province traveled to the industrial city and took job in a large textile firm for the family survival. Every spring, China’s 130 million migrant workers travel back to their home villages for the New Year’s holiday. The couple make the long journey home and find their family is slowly change. An awarded Best-Feature Documentary at the 22nd annual International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, 2009.
Cerita dari Tapal Batas (2012)
A documentary movie about a border region and the people who lived in the Badat Baru village, Entikong, Kalimantan. Badat Baru is situated near the border of the Republic of Indonesia and Malaysia.
In the hereditary tradition of the Minangkabau people, sons who are aged young adults of the tribe are required to migrate. Yuda, would never be dreaming of what will be happened in his future, in Jakarta. When all of the sudden, situation place him to a circle of human trafficking organization.
WEDNESDAY OPEN MIC
July 6 & 20
ANDRI YOPI KRIS
Be spoiled by the vibrant melodies come from his bass guitar.
July 13 & 20
Be spoiled by the vibrant melodies come from his Bass guitar.
FRIDAY LIVE MUSIC
July 1 & 8
Join us for a healthy dose of ethnic music with Agustian Supriatna aka Seruling Sakti on Flute Andro Yopi aka Wong Fei Hung on Bass, Renda Pangestu aka Transformer on Guitar and Miyoshi Masato aka Koper Biy on Violin.
Rizal and The Rasendriya
Rizal Abdulhadi is a multi-talented multi-instrumentalist and folk singer, who plays the Rasendriya, an instrument he hand-crafted from bamboo.
July 15 & 29
Funky Baba Trio
Join us for a journey from India to Jamaica. Come early to make full use of our Happy Hour from 5-8pm with buy 1 get 1 free cocktails!
Sitar, Guitar, Vocal/Barok; Vocal, Reeds, Sakuhachi, Ney, Trompete, Guitar/Javaman; Tabla, Cajun, Percussion/Yusuf.
Saturday, July 30
In collaboration with Rumah Sehat KITA BHOGA Yogyakarta, with our tempe artisan, Ammaliah. Join us for a fact-filled workshop, learning the art of making this extraordinary fermented soya bean cake, its history, and its health benefits.
Rp450.000,- includes vegan lunch, recipe, and tempe gift!
Please register to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call 0361 977 409
“Their coffee is the best in Bali. I especially love their soy lattes.” USA
“Hidden gem. Breakfasts are best in town.” Australia
Bar Luna service is great and the food is delicious. Literary nights are fun and the coffee is best in Bali.”