Thursday 16th October 2008, Bloomsbury Theatre, London

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The Night of the AdEaters originated in France in 1981 and is now a global phenomenon with shows in more than 150 cities across 52 countries. Coming to London's Bloomsbury Theatre for the first time on the 16th October this unique advertising festival flings open 'a window on the world', allowing the audience to indulge in a taste of the best Russian, Asian, African, South American and UK advertising. Over 60 different nationalities are featured across the 350 + films, many of which have never been shown before in this format. It's a chance to discover a wealth of spots that you have never seen before - from lands as diverse as Mongolia, Iraq and even the Guarani region of India!

The reel is drawn from the Jean Marie Boursicot Cinématheque which is the only film library in the world dedicated to TV and cinema commercials. Today, this privately owned library contains more than 800,000 commercials from all around the world, the very first one dating back to 1898!

The evening will be interspersed with some unusual and un-missable, entertainment! If you are an arts and culture enthusiast; an advertising professional or aspiring to be or if you simply love film, then don't miss out!