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.
Adam Buxton hosts BUG 48 on September 3rd and 10th
Adam Buxton returns to the BFI Southbank in London early next month to present a brand new selection of the most creative music videos of the past few months, and lots more besides, in BUG 48.
This all-new BUG kicks off on Thursday, September 3rd at 8.45pm with gobsmacking videos as they should be seen - on the big screen - plus lots more goodies from Adam's laptop, and special guest. That's followed by two more shows of BUG 48 the following week on Thursday, September 10th at 6.30pm and 8.45pm.
Tickets are now on sale for all three shows - book them online here before these shows sell out, or call the BFI Southbank box office on 020 7928 3232.
And Adam is also bringing a Best of BUG special to the Brighton Digital Festival, on September 2nd. This show takes place at The Old Market in Hove, featuring a selection of favourites from recent BUG shows (up to and including BUG 47) with tickets available now via the TOM website.
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