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Fire shows and fire performer


In 2014 our Performers have done a variety of excellent shows.

Rüdiger performed at the Robin Hood Tattoo Festival and excited the spectators with his juggling skills in- and outdoor.

Adam, Jak, Rae and Rüdiger did an excellent show in front of approx. 3000 spectators at the “Pyromusical Fireworks Spectacular” at Clumber Park. A four piece fireshow was choreographed for this event, including fire-swords, fire-hula-hoop, fire-poi, fire-juggling, body-burnung, fire-eating and fire-breathing.

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On the same day the Robin-Hood-Pageant Festival was covered with a fireshow by 8 of our performers. Ashley, Charlie, James, James, Kay and Sue did a brilliant job to entertain the audience.

A spooky experience was guaranteed at the “Fright-Post-Farm”, the Halloween Event on one of the East Midlands’ most popular visitor attractions, the White Post Farm. Rüdiger excited the audience with fire juggling and fire breathing and making some of the visitors jump when he appeared in a spooky skull-mask.

After the break in 2013 (cancelation caused by a storm) we were please to attempt the “My Sight Charity Firewalk” this year again. 8 performers entertained the audience on their way up to the castle ground and captivated the crowed before the final fire-walk and fire-work started.

These are only a few of the performances covered by members of our fire-performing group. If you are looking for one or more artists to delight your guests, no matter if it is a big business event or a private party, just let us know.



firebreathing, firebreather, fire juggler, fire, performance, Rüdiger DalchowRüdiger Dalchow firejuggler from Germany, now settled in Nottingham. He has performed all over Europe and takes the spectators with his skills in juggling, firebreathing and fireeating on a fascinating journey. His natural way of slipping into comedy gives the act of handling the dangerous element of fire an extra kick.

His “firesigns” truely are the attention on every event, even more when he lights them up with a fireball breathed out of his mouth. See and read more…