Tubular Bells for Two

Two ambitious musicians play over twenty instruments to bring Mike Oldfield’s classic hit Tubular Bells to life. Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells is perhaps the most unlikely smash hit record ever to be released. The beautiful and sprawling progressive Celtic-folk-rock opus shot to number one in album charts around the world in 1973 and 1974, throwing its young composer into the international spotlight and kick-starting Richard Branson’s Virgin music empire
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"Best of all, it never felt like an evening with a tribute band" Review: Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells For Two at De Montfort Hall, 23rd May

"Best of all, it never felt like an evening with a tribute band" Review: Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells For Two at De Montfort Hall, 23rd May

Video from Today tonight, Adelaide Fringe run

Video from Today tonight, Adelaide Fringe run

It’s visually epic as well ...  You don’t even need to have heard Tubular Bells on record before. You just need to see this show.

It’s visually epic as well ... You don’t even need to have heard Tubular Bells on record before. You just need to see this show.

"Aidan and Daniel have delivered a brilliantly balanced and mesmerising performance"

"Aidan and Daniel have delivered a brilliantly balanced and mesmerising performance"

Holdsworth and Roberts have fashioned a thrill ride for our musical and visual senses and were richly deserving of their enthusiastic standing ovation.

Holdsworth and Roberts have fashioned a thrill ride for our musical and visual senses and were richly deserving of their enthusiastic standing ovation.

Over many years of Fringe-ing, I cannot recall a show where an entire audience (of amazing diversity) rose simultaneously to its feet and erupted into a wolf-whistling standing ovation that lasted fully three minutes.   This is compulsory viewing, and sales are heavy. Buy a ticket if you can

Over many years of Fringe-ing, I cannot recall a show where an entire audience (of amazing diversity) rose simultaneously to its feet and erupted into a wolf-whistling standing ovation that lasted fully three minutes. This is compulsory viewing, and sales are heavy. Buy a ticket if you can

ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW | Aidan Roberts and Daniel Holdsworth are two brilliant, energetic and talented musicians whose performance of Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells in The Factory in The Garden of Unearthly Delights on a beautiful summer’s night during the Adelaide Fringe had several hundred jam-packed audience members on their feet screaming and applauding.

ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW | Aidan Roberts and Daniel Holdsworth are two brilliant, energetic and talented musicians whose performance of Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells in The Factory in The Garden of Unearthly Delights on a beautiful summer’s night during the Adelaide Fringe had several hundred jam-packed audience members on their feet screaming and applauding.

Five star review in Adelaide

Five star review in Adelaide

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