BUG is back. The event that brings you the best music videos to the big screen will be returning to its home base at the BFI Southbank next month for the first brand new show in over a year - …
New BUG Bowie shows and BUG at D&AD Festival and Udderbelly
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.
Details of upcoming shows of the BUG David Bowie Special are as follows:
Manchester Albert Hall April 17 Tickets
Manchester Albert Hall April 18 SOLD OUT
Norwich Playhouse April 27 SOLD OUT
Norwich Playhouse April 28 SOLD OUT
O2 Academy Glasgow May 9 Tickets
The Trades Club Hebden Bridge May 24 Tickets
O2 Academy Leeds May 25 Tickets
Bristol Comedy Garden July 3 Tickets
Adam Buxton will be hosting a special Best of BUG show on Friday 22 April at the D&AD Festival in the Old Truman Brewery.
The Festival offers three days of talks and events across four stages, as well as tours and workshops with some of London’s creative elite. Adam will take to the stage at 6pm on Friday 22 April to present a selection of the best videos and online discoveries from recent BUG shows at BFI Southbank.
D&AD Festival passes and full details of the schedule are available here.
BUG also makes its debut appearance at the Udderbelly Festival on London's Southbank this spring. Running over 3 months, the Festival includes comedy, cabaret, circus, music and spoken word highlights. BUG joins the line-up with a special Best of BUG shows there on May 12, which is now sold out.
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