Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells For Two



Review: Broardway Baby – Edinburgh Fringe – Bell-issimo

By Larry Bartleet Mike Oldfield’s critically and commercially successful prog-rock album ‘Tubular Bells’ has been lovingly recreated by Daniel Holdsworth and Aidan Roberts as a live, two-man performance. It’s a timeless LP, an hour-long musical odyssey which flows more like a classical work than almost any other album of popular[...]


TB42 Blue Mountains Season – July 2012

In April 2009, two Blue Mountains’ musicians took the stage at the Clarendon in Katoomba to debut a unique performance of Mike Oldfield’s 1973 masterpiece, Tubular Bells. The twist? With only the four hands and four feet between them, they performed the entire album live on over twenty instruments. Since[...]


Review: Feat of Logistics

Craig Beardsworth from the NZ Capital Times Review of Tubular Bells For Two at New Zealand Festival. We would also like to note that everything is performed live each and every night. Tubular Bells for Two, Telstraclear Festival Club, February 29, 2012 In the early 70’s Mike Oldfield celtic folk[...]


STVDIO Interview for Sydney Festival

Check out this exclusive interview with Aidan and Danny, filmed at their studio in the Blue Mountains during rehearsals for Sydney Festival. http://youtu.be/TI5APowiaHM


Dates announced for Sydney Festival 2012

Tubular Bells for Two has been announced in the program for the 2012 Sydney Festival with dates in Sydney City and Parramatta. Sydney City dates: 10 – 15 January 2012 @ The Seymour Centre Tickets at: http://www.sydneyfestival.org.au/2012/All-Events/Tubular-Bells-for-Two-Inner-West/ Parramatta dates: 18 – 22 January 2012 @ The Riverside Theatres Tickets at[...]