BUGS at Guardian Docs

In partnership with Bertha Dochouse, Guardian Live brings you an exclusive screening of BUGS.

Followed by a panel discussion with the Guardian's Head of Documentaries, Charlie Phillips, Guardian food writer Rachel Cooke and Josh Evans one of the film's protagonists and former Lead Researcher at Nordic Food Lab.

Wheelchair users and visitors who require an assistant may bring a companion free of charge. To book a free companion ticket please email guardianlive.events@theguardian.com

WHEN
Wednesday, 28 Sep 2016 at 06:30 PM - 8:30pm
WHERE
Bertha Dochouse
Curzon Bloomsbury
The Brunswick Centre
London WC1N 1AW
United Kingdom
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