After three sell-out shows in London in February and March, Adam Buxton is taking the BUG David Bowie Special around the UK in the next few months, beginning in Manchester this Sunday, April 17th.
Amazing line-up of directors and videos for BUG 45
BUG 45, which takes place at the BFI Southbank tomorrow night at 6.30 and 8.45pm, has one of the best line-ups of directors and new videos in the history of the UK's top big screen showcase of music videos.
Directors whose work will be featured at the BUG shows on Thursday December 4th include CANADA, Encyclopaedia Pictura, Kahlil Joseph, Joseph Kahn, Aoife McArdle, Hiro Murai, Keith Schofield, Henry Scholfield and Truman & Cooper - all with videos that need to be fully appreciated on the big screen.
The show hosted by comedian Alex Horne, also features a video highlights of the recent UK Music Video Awards 2014 - and a chance to see directing duo DANIELS's hilarious video accepting their award for Video of the Year.
For lovers of music video creativity – and anyone involved in making music videos – BUG 45 is a must-see. Tickets are available for the 6.30 show, and possibly a few left for the 8.45 show, from the BFI website and on 020 7928 3232.
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