Feeling hot, hot, hot! Your chance to try fire eating in Norwich
- Credit: Mark Barley
Thrill seekers and risk takers will have the opportunity to try eating fire in Norwich next month.
Throughout May, fire performer Pyro Penny, real name Penny Miracle, will be hosting workshops at Silver Road community centre, teaching people how to play with fire without getting burnt.
The sessions will cover fire eating, body burn and safety precautions.
Fire equipment and fuel will be provided but attendees are advised to bring water and wear clothes made of natural materials.
Miss Miracle, who has been performing for over five years, specialises in circus flow arts.
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The 29-year-old mother of two said: 'As a fully insured instructor with experience, I can share the secrets and techniques of fire eating and body burning with others who wish to learn.
'Hopefully at the end of the workshops people will have tried something completely different, enjoyed the experience, met some new friends and found a talent they never knew they had.'
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Due to the nature of the workshops, places are limited and participants must be 18 or over.
Learn to eat fire begins on May 4 at 7.30pm. The class lasts two hours and costs £10 per person.