Here's our first Covid-19-related news round-up, as production companies, labels and freelancers start to adapt to remote working:
BUG plays Edinburgh Festival for FIVE nights in August
BUG will be making its debut at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe later this summer, with a whopping five-night run at The Pleasance Theatre at the end of August.
Adam Buxton will host a unique BUG show at The Pleasance - one of the Festival's best-loved venues - every night from Thursday, August 25th to Bank Holiday Monday, August 29th.
The BUG team have got together with Feature Spot Productions to produce this event, that will start each night at 10.30pm and run until midnight - the perfect climax to a day at the Festival. Followed by drinking.
Tickets are already on sale now, so if you're planning to visit the Edinburgh Festival in late August, don't miss the chance to see this very special presentation of incredible music vids and brilliant comedy. (Or if you were thinking of going to Edinburgh, now's the perfect excuse to go.)
Before that, BUG is visiting the West Country for a show at a new comedy festival, Bristol Comedy Garden, on Saturday July 23rd at 5pm. Tickets are available from the festival website.
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