BUG returns in early July with a very special new show, for a very worthy cause.
Adam Buxton is bringing BUG back to the BFI Southbank this February
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 - hosted, as always, by Adam Buxton.
Picking up from where he left off at the end of 2017, before taking a well-earned sabbatical to focus on other projects in 2018, the man they call Dr Buckles will be showcasing the BUG curating team's pick of the best new work in music video at NFT1 at the BFI Southbank in London, dissecting his favourite recent online content, and inviting guests on stage to discuss their work.
The premiere of BUG 58 is happening on Wednesday, February 13th at 8.45pm (GMT), and two further shows (known as The Director's Cut) at 6.30 and 8.45pm on Thursday, February 28th.
Tickets for BUG 58 on February 13th and 28th (two shows) are now on sale to BFI Members, and on sale to everyone else from next Tuesday, January 15th.
Adam Buxton and BUG are bringing the bestselling David Bowie Special show to Los Angeles on Thursday November 16th.
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