Bring the Fire Project – Liverpool based collective of fire dancers, circus skills teachers and flow arts promoters. Project was founded in 2012 by a couple of passionate fire artists – 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 a unique skill that anyone can learn and enjoy.
Over the years Bring the Fire Project transformed from a small family company, into the brightest fire performing group in Liverpool, organising a number of events, performances, workshops and projects working with festivals and productions across the UK and Europe.
We specialise in fire performance, light shows, flow shows, circus walkabouts and working with community through medium of circus, fire and light.
We love what we do and we want you to get involved!!
Bring the Fire Project fire performers guarantee jaw dropping entertainment for any event. Whether you’d like to welcome your guests, amaze festival audience with spectacular display, or maybe you need something magical to celebrate a wedding, we have repertoire and ideas that will make the night to remember. We will exceed your expectation with our mind blowing performance.
Bring the Fire Project offers exciting fire dancing classes for adults and circus skills workshops for kids. We want to raise social awareness of the mental, physical and educational benefits of circus arts through community projects and school workshops.
Fire Dancing Classes
Playing with fire is a beautiful, empowering and unforgettable experience and we love to share it with our students. We have supervised hundreds of people safely lightning fire props for the first time at the end of our training.
Circus Skills Workshops
Playing with skill toys is entertaining, fun and educational, it is a chance to discover the magic of circus and try something new. We provide a safe and inclusive environment where families can come and learn new skills and spend time together.
We host a range of free open meetings for the flow arts community and general public. Our aim is to inspire and reach new audiences, provide a place for collaboration and to encourage skill sharing.
We support a social change and inclusion through circus arts, we work with a number of festivals, community centres, not-for profit organisations and charities to engage and inspire local communities.
We love to collaborate. We work with dancers, musicians, theatre practitioners, photographers, designers and makers and to explore the creative potential of multi-disciplinary performance.
Fire Arts Festival
The first event in the city dedicated entirely to flow arts and performing with fire. It brought together national and international fire artists, featuring a programme of activities and workshops that encouraged the fusion between flow arts and other disciplines like martial arts, dance, theatre and magic.
Free open event held monthly during the summer in the beautiful surroundings of Sefton park, where the local circus community and audience can meet each other, network and share skills.
Partners & Customers
We are proud to regularly work with major cultural organisations and councils across North West and UK providing large scale fire performances, viewed by 1000’s of spectators.
“Bring the Fire Project are bringing this visually stunning art form to the people of Liverpool.”
“Enormous crowds for the extraordinary Bring the Fire Project and Taiko Dragons.”
“A truly different and unique event”
“Would highly recommend! Fabulous act, with superb and efficient communication throughout booking. Look forward to seeing you again. Thank you.”
“We absolutely loved what you did at our finale event at Blackburne House – the workshops were a big hit with children and adults alike, and the performance with Katumba was as spectacular as always!”
“The atmosphere was brilliant and your performances were extremely well received. Each area looked amazing! Thanks again for working with us this year and I look forward to the next time!”
“Your performance was an epic way to end the festival!”
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