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 - …
Buxton is back with BUG 49 on December 4th and 11th
Adam Buxton returns to the BFI Southbank in London in early December for the final BUG shows of the year, presenting a brand new latest selection of the most creative new music videos with his typcial buffoonery, in BUG 49.
The all-new show premieres on Friday, December 4th at 8.45pm with the best new music videos seen on the big screen - plus lots more goodies via Adam's laptop – and a very special guest. That's followed by two more shows of BUG 49 the following Friday on December 10th at 6.30pm and 8.45pm.
Tickets are now on sale for all three shows - book them online before these shows sell out, or call the BFI Southbank box office on 020 7928 3232.
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