Tubular Bells ‘for Two’

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Tubular Bells ‘for Two’


Venue

Riverside Theatre

Dates

15 August 2014

Arranged and Performed by Aidan Roberts and Daniel Holdsworth

Herald Angel Award Winner 2012

Following an International sell-out tour, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival smash-hit Tubular Bells ‘For Two’ is returning to Riverside Theatres.

Be enthralled by this live theatrical experience whereby two enormously talented Australian musicians, Daniel Holdsworth and Aidan Roberts, faithfully recreate the iconic album in real time with just two hands and two feet.

There’s pianos, organs, electric guitars, acoustic and spanish guitars, bass guitar, mandolin, tuned percussion, drums, glockenspiel, loop pedals, synthesizers, and, of course, tubular bells.

Leaping between instruments that are strewn across the stage, the show is a musical tour de force, a faithful interpretation of the album and a physical marathon!

Dates & Times:
Friday 15 August 7:30pm

5 STARS – “A live music experience, a virtuoso performance from two musicians at the top of their game.”  Edinburgh Evening News

A musical tour de force. Mesmerising to watch.Sydney Morning Herald

“Mike Oldfield’s instrumental classic gets a quirky workout in Tubular Bells for Two.” Daily Telegraph

Ticket Options

Sidekicks Adult $40
Sidekicks Conc. $35
Sidekicks Youth 30&U $26
Adult $43
Concession $38
Youth 30&U $29
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
Screen $1.65
School Bookings $3.30

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