fire-eater


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fire-eater

a performer who simulates the swallowing of fire
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Unlicensed fire-eater Tahir Akalin, who was injured, faces arrest and the Gemini, which also had no licence for the show, may be shut.
They are looking for contortionists, magicians, jugglers, fire-eaters, acrobats, impressionists and dance troupes.
But they are looking for more unusual acts, such as magicians, fire-eaters, stilt-walkers and jugglers.
It has been suggested Turkish fire-eater Tahir Akalin breathed flames on to a bottle of petrol, causing it to explode.
He joined Billy Smart's Circus as a fire-eater and met Gerry Cottle and Brian Austen.
FIRE-EATER CHICKEN WINGS TIME: About 30 to 40 minutes.
Taffy suffered a stroke when performing as a carnival fire-eater at the age of 36.
The raunchy costume party held in a city theatre featured dwarfs and strippers and also included kinky masks, bondage outfits and a woman fire-eater, making sparks fly with a power tool.
The cabaret show will feature exotic dancers and a female fire-eater and goes ahead at Queens Hall in the town centre on Saturday, April 14 at 7.
THE youngest sister of Boyzone's Shane Lynch is to tour the world with the Top Gear Live show - as a fire-eater.
Electron microscopic findings in BAL of a fire-eater after petroleum aspiration.
As recounted in Pacific Magazine a year after Letuli's death in 2003, while waiting to dance, he watched a number of other performers practicing their routines, including a Hindu fire-eater and a young girl twirling a baton with a light bulb attached to each end.