Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells For Two



Review: Edinburgh Evening News

By LIAM RUDDEN Published on Wednesday 8 August 2012 14:20 MIKE Oldfield had the stage thrown into darkness before playing Tubular Bells at the Edinburgh Playhouse, more years ago than I now care to 
remember. His entrance, however, was given away by the orange glow from his cigarette. A roar[...]


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[...]


Review: The Dominion Post – NZ International Arts Festival

Colin Morris Reviews Opening Night of New Zealand Festival for The Dominion Post: REVIEW: Given that I imported the LP of Tubular Bells in 1973, about 18 months before it found a distributor in New Zealand, I was heartily sick of it upon its release here. I put it away[...]


Review: The [AU] Review

Live Review: Tubular Bells For Two – Reginald Theatre, Seymour Centre (11.01.12) January 11, 2012 by Larry Heath Show offs. Really that just about sums up my personal feelings about the whole show, stemming out of pure, deep jealousy for how two people can be so damn talented. The two[...]


Review: A Display of Supreme Musicality. Sydney Morning Herald

Reviewed by Bruce Elder for The Sydney Morning Herald January 12, 2012. THE stage is awash with guitars, keyboards and drums. The performers, local musicians Daniel Holdsworth and Aidan Roberts, are barefooted, dressed in black and both wearing hats. The setting is suitably stark, with minimal lighting and a black[...]