Fine_Rabid_DogInternet Hate Machine
10,530 posts
Location: They seek him here, they seek him there...


Posted:
Do we need license to do Fire? This gut I know rekons I do, but the only license I know of is street busking. Any one else got any ideas on this?

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KatrinaGOLD Member
enthusiast
352 posts
Location: Edinburgh, United Kingdom


Posted:
try doing a search, it sounds like the sort of thing that'll have been covered before. May depend on your location.

One day i'll learn to resist gravity...


ParafinfairySILVER Member
old hand
845 posts
Location: Adelaide, Australia


Posted:
Last night the police came down to the river while we were spinning fire and it wasn't until we told them that we had public liability insurance that they left us alone. I think we probably could have got away with it though - they didn't look that bothered by the whole thing. Can't really be any more help, sorry.

Slicing the Loaf as we speak.

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duballstarSILVER Member
slack rating - 9.5
2,216 posts
Location: Suburbiton, Yoo-Kay, United Kingdom


Posted:
in Notts we often get the police down to our spins. and the council, and sometimes paramedics. when i go over to their cars to ask them if we're dong anything wrong they say something like 'yes, you just stopped'... back home in Surrey though we're always getting snobby types phonng the police who then have to move us on cos they haven't got all the crackheads to chase that they have in notts. rolleyes

if you were to spin fire in a town centre though i'd suggest getting a buskers licence...

It is our fantasies that make us real. Without our fantasies we're just a blank monkey' - Terry Pratchett


becBRONZE Member
member
521 posts
Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia


Posted:
here in Brisbane (OZ).. (which is very far from you so probably is of little or no help)..there is no specific ruling on fire performance.. but there are by-laws that say that any naked flame must be contained in a designated area (eg BBQ).. so technically that may count...
there are usually exceptions for theatrical purposes.. but they haven't quite got around to regulating it for recreational fire spinning....

It is very rare to have a problem with it with the authorities here as long as it is all obviously being done safely...

Kapura MataaroHoP resident longboarder.
195 posts
Location: Tasmania, Australia


Posted:
g'day guys...
i know that in tassie we get away with having a buskers licence because *technically* we don't come under any legislation or ANYONE'S juristiction...*(sp?)
ha ha ha...*sigh.* weird little beuracrats...

"surely a longboarding fire spinner should have no trouble getting some action!"- NYC....


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