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The Buggles reunite for one night only on 28.09.10

| On 21, Sep 2010

Trevor Horn and Zang Tuum Tumb present The Buggles, live on stage for their first ever full live gig… a mere 30 years after their international #1 hit single Video Killed The Radio Star kick-started a generation of electronic pop.

Trevor will reconvene the original Buggles line-up, including Geoff Downes (Yes, Asia) and Bruce Woolley (Camera Club, Grace Jones), to preform their ground-breaking début album – The Age of Plastic – in full.

No tour is planned, no DVD or live CD will be released… The Buggles – along with some very special guest artists – will perform live on stage for one night only on 28 September 2010 at at a special and intimate West London venue.

Date: 28th September 2010
Venue: Supperclub London (12 Acklam Road, London W10 5QZ)
Time: 9.30pm

Support on the night comes from Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – in a rare appearance in their original two-piece formation – and their own special guest, Propaganda’s Claudia Brucken.

A special cause: This event is being staged exclusively to raise funds for the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability. All proceeds both from The Lost Gig and accompanying online auction will be donated to the hospital. Active since 1854, the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability has a simple but very important mission: to add years to life and life to years.

A special venue for a special event: The Lost Gig will take place at Supperclub London. Following renown venues in Amsterdam, LA and Istanbul, supperclub is an “experimental creative platform,” which owner Bert van der Leden describes as “a mix of food, music, performance, art… an evening at supperclub has been successful when all your five senses have been tickled.”

Trevor Horn on The Lost Gig: “The Buggles are finally going out to play our first live gig, only 30 years since we first got together… As part of The Lost Gig, we’ll play The Age of Plastic in full for the first time, and I’ll be joined by some special guests to help make this night a truly special evening… The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability is a very special cause, one that’s close to my heart, and I hope we can use this unique event to raise a great deal of money and to increase awareness for their great work.”