Are you after a solo fire performer to add ambience to an event? Or perhaps you’re seeking a visually spectacular stage performance?
Our shows combine fire dancing, fire twirling, led and fire poi, fire breathers, fire staff spinning, and fire manipulation. Allow us to take you on a magical journey filled with fire music and dance.
Fire Performing is the art or skills of manipulating fire. It generally uses equipment or other objects made with one or more wicks that are designed to hold a flame large enough to create a visual effect.
Fire breathing is the act of making a plume or stream of fire by creating a precise mist of fuel from the mouth over an open flame. Regardless of the precautions taken, it is always a dangerous activity, but the proper technique and the correct fuel reduces the risk of injury or death.
Presentations can be made as choreographed routines to music,or roving freestyle, performances. Some aspects of fire entertainment can be found in a wide variety of cultural and ritual traditions from around the world. The ancient Aztecs performed afire dance dedicated to a god, which is performed today for tourists in Mexico. In Bali,the angel dance and the fire dance are regularly performed for tourists;they have their origin in ancient rituals. In French Polynesia, Antigua, Cuba and Santa Lucia are other places where fire dances are recreated for tourists.
Among the objects used in acts with fire you can find:
Poi: a pair of chains of approximate length of the arm with handles attached to one end and a pack of wick material in the other.
Torch: a short stick or a torch, with a wick at one end, and turned like Indian clubs or thrown from end to end like juggling clubs.
Fingers of fire: short and thin torches attached to individual fingers.
Palm torches: small torches with a flat base that should be held upright in the palm of the hand.
Portable fire: headgear, hip belts, bracelets or other garments typically made of metal with Kevlar or Technora torches. It can be used while dancing the fire.