Tubular Bells For Two
Mike Oldfield’s classic opus “Tubular Bells for Two” will be making it’s UK debut at this year’s Edinburgh fringe.
The show, which has been 2 years in the making, reworks the original album as faithfully as possible having being put together over a bottle of wine by 2 old school friends; Daniel Holdsworth and Aiden Roberts. Composed as a spectacle, "Tubular Bells for Two” sees Holdsworth and Roberts leaping between piano’s, guitars and drums (and at times all three) whilst capturing the soul and emotional journey of the folk epic, and has already seen sell out seasons at the Sydney Festival, Sydney Fringe Festival, and the New Zealand International Arts Festival
The show arrives just as Tubular Bells is about to celebrate it’s 40th anniversary as the newly formed Virgin Records first album to be released in 1973
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