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 - …
BUG David Bowie Special, hosted by Adam Buxton, at ODEON Leicester Square on March 9th
Following the exceptional demand for tickets to the BUG Special: David Bowie, hosted by Adam Buxton, at the BFI Southbank in late February, a further show has been now been added, taking place at the ODEON Leicester Square in London on Wednesday March 9th.
A must-see for Bowie fans, this special edition of BFI Southbank's celebrated BUG series is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy some key moments from David Bowie's life and career on the big screen - and remember the indelible mark he made on our cultural landscape.
Bug Music Videos will be making a donation to charity from the proceeds of the 'BUG Special: David Bowie, Hosted By Adam Buxton' shows.
BUG returns in early July with a very special new show, for a very worthy cause.
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