Lola Lo on Richmond Hill to close - but it will be back with a new look

Lola Lo to close - but it will be back with a new look

Lola Lo to close - but it will be back with a new look

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ONE of Bournemouth's most popular clubs will close for a refurbishment this weekend.

Lola Lo on Richmond Hill will close after a farewell party on Saturday night, reopening on August Bank Holiday for a big comeback party.

And gone will be the tiki theme, with a new sophisticated Japanese design in its place.

Anton Kasanin, manager of Lola Lo Bournemouth said the time had come for a change.

Run by company Eclectic Clubs and Bars, the bar will be a more intimate setting for after work relaxing drinks into a high temp club culture, Anton said.

“We do have quite a loyal following who are sad to see it go which is nice.

“We opened as Kukui four years ago so it's definitely time for a change.”

Clubbers have taken to Twitter to express their dismay at the temporary closure.

A message on the club's website says: “After a fantastic stay in Bournemouth it's time for Lola to say its goodbyes! Join us in our final Saturday night to bid farewell after an amazing 3 years of non-stop fun!

“Head down from 9pm to make the most of half price cocktails until midnight and give your rum club the send off it deserves!”

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6:10am Fri 25 Jul 14

Mr W. White says...

A nice bit of free advertising to promote more drinking in the town centre at the weekend!!! Not really a news article. Must be going slow in echo news room..........
A nice bit of free advertising to promote more drinking in the town centre at the weekend!!! Not really a news article. Must be going slow in echo news room.......... Mr W. White
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8:05am Fri 25 Jul 14

wool525 says...

who cares
who cares wool525
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1:15pm Fri 25 Jul 14

_mooch_ says...

And there was me thinking it was still the Badger Bars
And there was me thinking it was still the Badger Bars _mooch_
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2:16pm Fri 25 Jul 14

Actualbournemouthsupporter says...

Mr W. White wrote:
A nice bit of free advertising to promote more drinking in the town centre at the weekend!!! Not really a news article. Must be going slow in echo news room..........
For something that a large proportion of the young community are talking about at the moment why is this not a news article? The Echo isn't just for old fogeys lol
[quote][p][bold]Mr W. White[/bold] wrote: A nice bit of free advertising to promote more drinking in the town centre at the weekend!!! Not really a news article. Must be going slow in echo news room..........[/p][/quote]For something that a large proportion of the young community are talking about at the moment why is this not a news article? The Echo isn't just for old fogeys lol Actualbournemouthsupporter
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2:16pm Fri 25 Jul 14

Actualbournemouthsupporter says...

wool525 wrote:
who cares
me
[quote][p][bold]wool525[/bold] wrote: who cares[/p][/quote]me Actualbournemouthsupporter
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6:51pm Fri 25 Jul 14

Baldrickbassett says...

What happened to the Central Bars?
What happened to the Central Bars? Baldrickbassett
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7:54am Sat 26 Jul 14

High Treason says...

Baldrickbassett wrote:
What happened to the Central Bars?
Thats it. The Central Bar. Last time I went there was in the late fifties on a Christmas eve. I was persuaded to have a few rum and blackcurrant drinks.
Missed Christmas day due to being extremely ill and learnt alot from that. I can still remember the harsh telling of from my mother.
[quote][p][bold]Baldrickbassett[/bold] wrote: What happened to the Central Bars?[/p][/quote]Thats it. The Central Bar. Last time I went there was in the late fifties on a Christmas eve. I was persuaded to have a few rum and blackcurrant drinks. Missed Christmas day due to being extremely ill and learnt alot from that. I can still remember the harsh telling of from my mother. High Treason
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