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Catherine wheel

a circular window having ribs radiating from the centre
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Includes a Catherine wheel, 11 pretty coloured fountains, five Roman candles, four rockets and an aerial mine.
With the Spark Drummers, a huge bonfire performance, incredible human Catherine Wheels and light sculptures made by the local community, the Search for Fire will be a magical start to the countdown to Christmas.
The box includes 11 fountains, five Roman candles, four rockets and two Catherine wheels.
It might have happened in 1605 but people all over the country still go out to watch bonfires and firework displays and it's not just rockets, Catherine wheels and sparklers that keep everyone coming back for more.
Artistic director Simon Hart explains that touring Scottish puppet companies, such as Shona Reppe Puppets, Puppet State Theatre Company and Catherine Wheels, are best known globally for their work for children.
The show, from Scotland's Catherine Wheels Theatre Company and directed by Andy Manley, introduced us to a one colour set consisting of a free-standing array of bird houses and a myriad minute touches - the centrepiece of which was a mirror ball moon.
There's talk of its evolution, but the displays of redundant bangers and surplus Catherine wheels tell a different story, a poignant reminder of another British industry gone up in smoke.
Caged Modern retelling of the fairytale Beauty and the Beast without a hint of Disney, brought to the stage by Catherine Wheels theatre company.
On to bonfire night with Barratt, and aptly named Catherine Wheels are perfect for firework watching.
Unfortunately a main sponsor had to pull out and the budget didn't stretch to catherine wheels and rockets.
With the nation feeling rather gloomy, there's nothing better than Bonfire night's rockets, Catherine wheels and sparklers to bring a little light into our lives.
Catherine Wheels engages themes of death, loss, and rejection with a sobering kind of steadiness that almost obscures--and finally enhances--the long, slow trajectories of healing.