This year is an exceptionally special one for us as we are celebrating 10 years of FireWater! We are gathering for a beautiful evening of Tribal belly dance, Indian Classical performance, live music and more, on Sunday the 10th of June in the idyllic setting of St Ethelburga’s in London. Celebrating our birthday and the elements inherent in this dance: Fire, Water, Air, Earth and Love! Starring FireWater residents and very special guests:
Hannah Mi Anis
The FireWater Collective
Dunja Botic, Tim Karp & Gizem
We would love you to join us! ❤
WHEN: Sunday 10th June 2018
TIME: Doors open at 7.30pm Show starts shortly after
*Please arrive with plenty of time to be seated *
WHERE: St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation & Peace
78 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 4AG
Nearest Station: Liverpool Street
How to get there: Directions to the Venue
TICKETS: £17 in advance. Bookings are now open through PayPal or in Class.
Please note there will be a £1 booking fee via PayPal.
£22 on the door (depending on availability)
*We highly recommend booking in advance*
‘The subject tonight is Love’ ~ Hafiz
Heartfelt thanks to each and every one of you that has attended a FireWater show since our first 10 years ago! Thank you also to all the dancers and musicians who have starred in our shows to date. We have loved every one of them, and feel honoured to have shared the stage with such exceptional talent, creativity and professionalism.
To savour the sweet taste from our previous shows, please enjoy the images below.
Many thanks to the wonderful photographers who have captured these.
FireWater is London’s exclusively Tribal belly dance night. Each show entails an entrancing evening of dance starring FireWater residents and special guests – both local and International.
Previous dancers and musicians include: Colleena Shakti and Raki Khalbelia (Rajasthan, IN), Jesse Stanbridge and Kristine Adams of FCBD® (World Traveller originally from San Francisco, USA), Ling Shien and Mark Bell a.k.a Helm (San Francisco, USA), Susan Frankovich, Heather Shoopman, Tsingani, Elizabeth Mahina (Los Angeles, USA), Olivia Kissel (Pennsylvania, USA), Lily Tsai (Dallas, USA), Wendy Marlatt and Kimberly MacKoy (now residing in San Francisco, USA), TribalKinesis (USA & UK), Les Soeurs Tribales (Milan, IT), Valerie Romanin (Paris, FR), and local dancers Hilde Cannoodt and Charlotte (Brighton, UK), Alexis Southall, The Juniper Project, Pedralta, Fulya, Dawn O’Brien and Gemma of Khalgani (The Midlands, UK), Pearl Boheme and Elina (Bristol, UK), Deana Lawman and Tribal Unity (Essex, UK), Demelza Fox (Cambrdge, UK), Maryam Shakiba, Anna Kemper, Catherine Taylor, Samantha, Kathleen Pearlson, Rosie Kohl, Alys, Sarah Stone, Darkstar, Sorcha Ra, Spiral Tribe, Helen Oates, La Zingara, Ema Laasya, Anouk, Silvana, Hannah Mi Anis, Naia, Moirai Tribal, Ter’ziMoirai and Apsara (London, UK), local DJs and musicians U-Cef, Emil, Andrew Gorman, Tim Karp, Dunja and Peter Botic, Don Kipper, Merlin Shepherd, Dajjah, Djanan Turan and Baha Yetkin.