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Tubular Bells For Two Will Head To UK In Spring 2019

Tuesday, 06 November 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Tubular Bells For Two will tour the UK next spring.

Daniel Holdsworth and Tom Bamford (who last year replaced Aidan Roberts) will call in Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham, Milton Keynes, Bury St Edmunds, Buxton, Basingstoke, Worthing, Tavistock, Southend, Watford and London, where they will play the Queen Elizabeth Hall. They will be supported by GypsyFingers, featuring Luke and Victoria Oldfield.

In a statement describing the band, they said:

"Like all the best ideas, Tubular Bells For Two started with a simple concept. Daniel and his friend Aidan Roberts were chilling out at home in the Blue Mountains of Australia one Friday night, listening to music over a bottle of wine, when they started to wonder how far Mike Oldfield’s groundbreaking multi-tracked album Tubular Bells could be reproduced live. A one-off fun show for friends with minimal instrumentation proved so popular that they decided to do it again, more and more instruments were added over time, and Tubular Bells For Two was born!"

Tubular Bells For Two Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon April 29 2019 - MANCHESTER RNCM Concert Hall
Tue April 30 2019 - BRISTOL St George's Bristol
Wed May 01 2019 - LONDON Queen Elizabeth Hall
Thu May 02 2019 - BIRMINGHAM Birmingham Town Hall
Sat May 04 2019 - MILTON KEYNES Stables
Mon May 06 2019 - BURY ST EDMUNDS Apex
Tue May 07 2019 - BUXTON Opera House
Thu May 09 2019 - BASINGSTOKE Anvil
Fri May 10 2019 - WORTHING Pavilion Theatre
Mon May 13 2019 - TAVISTOCK Wharf
Tue May 14 2019 - SOUTHEND Palace Theatre
Thu May 16 2019 - WATFORD Colosseum

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