fire-eater


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fire-eater

a performer who simulates the swallowing of fire
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Entertainment included fire-eater Mike Kay along with singer Aiden M from Huddersfield.
A fire-eater and stilt walkers entertain guests arriving at Viva Brazil
South Carolina Fire-Eater: The Life of Lawrence Massillon Keitt, 1824-1864
And what man would pass up a serving of these fire-eater chicken wings?
There were also fairground rides, inflatable wrestling, a fire-eater as well as DJs, a beer tent and other stalls selling ice creams and refreshments.
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 7.30pm.
The largest series of fire-eater's lung describes 17 patients all having aspiration of kerdan: a mixture of petroleum distillates including toluene, xylene and ethilbenzene(12).
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.
Entertainment will be provided by a fire-eater and a face painter, while Saxophics, a quartet of musicians from the sixth format Brynteg Comprehensive School, will be playing a mixture of jazz, swing and ragtime music.
In INKSPELL the saga continues with Dustfinger, the fire-eater brought into being from words, ready to return to the printed page.
Now Dustfinger, the fire-eater who came into being from words, needs to return to the original tale; when he discovers a crooked storyteller with the ability to read him back, he abandons his apprentice, who in turn seeks out Meggie.
Support act Rory McLeod, an ex-circus clown and fire-eater, put on a politically heated show - like Socialist Worker put to music.