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David Knight - 20th June 2013

BUG returns with our 38th all-new show at the BFI Southbank in July, with host Adam Buxton presenting another programme of outstanding music-visual treats, and entertaining reactions from the loveable YouTube commentators.

The premiere of BUG 38 is on Thursday July 18th at 8.45pm – including Adam in conversation with a special guest from the world of music vids. And then there are two shows of BUG 38 - The Director's Cut on Thursday, July 25th, at 6.30pm and 8.45pm.  

There are a few tickets still available for these shows – so check the BUG 38 page on the BFI website for more information, and to buy tickets.

And if they're sold out, don't despair. You can keep an eye out for more tickets going on sale nearer the dates of the shows, by signing up to the BUG mailing list here.

David Knight - 20th June 2013

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