Friends and comrades – you are all, no doubt, making your own plans and have your own thoughts about what to do during the current Covid-19 outbreak.
As a band that does not rely on its gigs for a living – we are in the position of not being reliant on gigs to feed our families – and our hearts go out to those performers who are in such a tricky predicament with regards to making a decision on what to do for the best.
We have never cancelled a gig before – either as a band or as individual performers – but the current situation calls for some drastic measures to ensure ourselves, our friends and our loved ones are not unduly exposed to onward infection at our gigs.
Consequently – we intend to review gigs on a fortnightly basis – and take decisions on whether to play or pull out based on current Government guidelines at the time. So we may very well have to cancel more gigs.
It breaks our hearts to do this – we love performing and we hate to let people down – but these are unprecedented times and, as individuals and collectively, we need to take unprecedented actions to combat the threat.
We hope you understand. Solidarity Forever!
Rocky, Punky, Bolshie, Cheesy


28th June 2020

'Bard Company's Little Read Book' is launched - 64 pages of anarchic comedy, poetry, satire and a shed load of pictures. It can be purchased on the following link: 


20th May 2020

As there are no live gigs to promote our new album - we've put together a promotional video to give it a push - please click on the link to have a look and a listen - and please like and share : 










20th May 2020

The Northern Green Gathering and Wigan Diggers Festivals have  postponed their events until 2021 - the good news is that Bard Company are available to play the revised dates next year and have been confirmed to perform.

Regrettably the Morecambe Fringe Festival has also been cancelled and the band are awaiting an update on whether the booking can also be moved to the 2021 festival

20th March 2020

Following the closure of venues, due to the Covid-19 outbreak, we have no choice but to postpone gigs throughout April - July and will review the situation regarding gigs later in the year at the end of July. It is our intention to restart the RAISING THE STANDARDS TOUR once the Covid-19 situation has been resolved - and we are actively seeking to reschedule the dates at the Tudor House, Wigan  Otley Labour Rooms and The Red Shed in Wakefield + others when gigs are given the green light to recommence

24th February 2020

New T-shirt available to purchase - featuring the 'Raising The Standards' artwork on quality black t-shirt. £13 (which includes postage). Order direct from MUSIC tab


11th November 2019

The new album, titled 'Raising The Standards' is released on download - with CD version available in about a weeks time. The 11 track album is pro-Socialist / anti-Fascist in tone - and was co-written with John Kettle from Merry Hell.

Please see the MUSIC tab for details on the tracks and how to order.

3rd May 2019

Bard Company appear on the 'Funny Peculiar' podcast (Issue 48 with interviewer Jeff Downs) discussing how they started up and their influences and plans for the future - take a listen here:

1st February 2019

The boys raised £575 for We Shall Overcome at 6 gigs in December and January - and passed this on to Pauline Town at The Station Hotel in Ashton Under Lyne to assist with her work with the homeless community

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