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fire-eater

a performer who simulates the swallowing of fire
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FUN: Dr Ken will be your ringmaster, exploring circus staples such as fire-eating and juggling while unicycling.
He's said to have entertained troops on board with his fire-eating skills - and that's where his stage name came from.
"Fire is a symbol of the Holy Spirit and incorporating fire-eating worked.
"I used to do 250 fire-eating shows a year, but now it's down to 15," he said.
At A&E they dosed me up with painkillers and I managed to finish the show with fire-eating. I didn't remember much about it."
| Monty Gupwell performs his fire-eating act at Warwick Castle and (inset) Monty on ITV's Ninja Warrior UK
Watch St George battle the dragon, let kids get swept away by story telling and stand well back from the fire-eating jesters.
Unlikely hero Shrek and his loyal steed, Donkey, set off on a quest to rescue the beautiful - if somewhat temperamental - Princess Fiona from her tower, which is guarded by a fire-eating, love-sick dragon.
Other acts hoping to make the grade include fire-eating duo Flaxen, Jordan Rhodes and Steph Dobson, Newcastle's Zen Blythe and Isle of Man native Simon Lynch, with Beyonce's If I Were A Boy.
They will be invited to come and explore the castle, where they will meet fire-eating, sword-juggling jesters, the Harry Potter-inspired characters, the castle's own knights and princesses and the Northumberland dragon.
Writing in his new book Mud, Blood and Glitter, Haze said: "Dad told him we did a fakir, fire-eating and mind-reading act and consequently got the job.