Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells Celebrates 35 Years This Weekend

You can join in as The Orb go head-to-head with hand-bell ringers in London

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Mike Oldfield‘s Tubular Bells is to have it’s 35th anniversary celebrated in London on Saturday (June 6) with an afternoon of events at the British Music Experience at the O2.

The Hand Bell Ringers of Great Britain, Europe’s largest Hand Bell and Chime Orchestra will go head-to-head with ambient house DJs The Orb in performing sections of Oldfield’s most famous work.

The Tubular Bells celebration will also include your own chance to try bell ringing with interactive workshops, plus there will also be exhibitions and ambient light shows with music.

For more information, see www.mikeoldfield.com or www.britishmusicexperience.com.

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