Bring The Fire Project

Bring the Fire Project is the first fire dancing group based in Liverpool.

Project was founded in 2012 by two dedicated fire performers and circus skills teachers – Sai and Kala.

They wanted to bring an opportunity for everyone to discover the beauty of fire arts, not only as an amazing entertainment, but also as an unique skill that anyone can enjoy.

Their personal journey with fire dancing has started in 2006. When they fist attended poi workshops and discovered this beautiful art they fell in love at first sight. Initially practice was only a hobby, a kind of movement meditation, a creative way of spending free time, but over the years transformed into an addictive passion that changed their lives.

In the last 7 years they have attended (and conducted) many fire dancing workshops, taken part in various performance projects, and been hired for shows around Europe.

Now they work as a growing collective providing performers for hire, promoting fire arts in Liverpool (Liverpool Fire Sessions, Fire Dancing Classes), collaborating with local communities, schools, and various cultural organization and audio-visual artists.

Bring the Fire Projects offers excellent fire and light performance based on exploration between modern objects, manipulation arts, various dance forms and theatre techniques. Bring the Fire Project offers unusual workshops for children and adults focused on object manipulation arts like poi or staff spinning and introduction to juggling.
For more information, updates and photos check out their Facebook Page
And their show reel from our Threshold Festival 2013 Circus Stage:

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