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Posted:Hello, hello and welcome to the thread for all Irish fire dancers, spinners, object manipulators, drummers, musicians and anyone else interested in these arts in Ireland.



This thread was started nearly a couple of years ago now... and it's since grown to include more people, gatherings, events, fun and games than we had thought possible.



And it's still growing - so if you're new to the arts, or want to meet up with any of us, please post at the end of this thread to introduce yourself... or send me a PM with your email address and I'll add your name to our mailing list.



There are spinners, dancers and manipulators all over the country, and you'll find lots of them on here... don't be shy, we're nice biggrin



So welcome, and hope to see you soon hug



Clare x



Updates on Circus/spinny gatherings around Ireland 6 November 2006



Belfast:



Tuesday:

5pm-7pm

Streetwise (community circus) meet in Morton Community Centre (off Lisburn Road) providing a free, indoor space to practice and learn new skills. Run by the lovely Dave from Babcock and Bobbins (on HoP as Bobbins).

8.30pm-10pm

Lisa and I take our poi workshop in Crescent Arts Centre (featuring occasional special guests when they visit smile) Please PM me if you are interested in poi lessons.

9.30/10pm-midnight

Fortnightly fire gathering in Crescent Park, Belfast (opposite The Fly bar). This is a friendly and informal gathering for anyone interested in spinning fire or learning more. Please PM me if you want to know the dates for the next gathering.



Wednesday:

7pm-9.30pm

Adult circus in Belfast Community Circus (Gordon St, Cathedral Quarter, Belfast). Weekly circus training for adults using various circusy props. 3 per week (I think).



Galway:



Tuesday:

5pm-??

NUI Galway juggling club meet in Aras Na MacLeinn. Run by the fabulous Eimhin (on here as Flip), providing a free, indoor space to practice and learn new skills.



Thursday:

5pm-??

NUI Galway juggling club meet at the Bank of Ireland theatre as above.



Sunday:

12pm-4pm

NUI Galway juggling club meet at the Dangan Sports Centre. As above.



Cork:



Tuesday:

5.30pm-8pm

Cork Community Circus meet at Loch Community Centre, at the top of Barracks St, Greenmount providing an indoor space to practice and learn new skills. (Probably) run by the lovely Cormac (not on HoP). Three euro cover charge.



Limerick:



Thursday:

7pm-9pm

Limerick Juggling Club meet at the Limerick Youth Centre, on Lower Glentworth Street. Club run by fantastic jugglers Joe McGinley and Richy Brennan.



Dublin:



Monday:

5pm-7pm

DIT juggling club meet in the hall behind Belvedere College providing a free, indoor space to practice and learn new skills.



Tuesday:

7pm-9pm

Trinity juggling club meet in Goldsmith Hall, Pearse Street providing a free, indoor space to practice and learn new skills.



Wednesday:

7pm-9pm

DIT juggling club meet in Linen Hall, across the road from Bolton Street. Go through the archway at the side of Bodkins, and it's on the top floor, in the gym.

4.30pm-6pm

NCAD juggling club meet somewhere



Thursday:

6pm-9.30pm

UCD juggling club meet in the Memorial Hall, beside the Architecture buildings providing a free, indoor space to practice and learn new skills.



Dun Laoghaire



Tuesday:

6pm-8pm

IADT meet somewhere a new club, and everyone is welcome!







Events:



Tralee:



November 24-26

Tralee juggling convention organized by the lovely Fanzinis, the public show is looking fantastic smile





(If you have any updates on these clubs or events, please PM them to me...)





Take care, happy spinning

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Posted:murghfffffck*it

Hello all Rathlin peoples.
Just thought I'd post this while all you lovely people are tucked up in your warm beds I, on the other hand, am sitting in this f**kin office, shattered, feeling bruised and sore and in need of a neck massage.

bah murghffffck*it

Anyways, despite the cold and constant needing to pee, I had a marvellous time on Rathlin and I just wanted to thank you all. From all the wicked firespinning to the pretty countryside, from 4/5 people in a small tent dying from asphyxiation to that funky band on Saturday night... sweet as.

Anyways... memories....

Friday night:
"I've lost my staff. No really, I put it beside the bucket. No, I did. Listen, I put it beside the bucket, ok?!!"

Saturday night:
"Has anyone seen my poi?!!!"
"Emm, they're beside the tent"
30 secs later...
"Has anyone seen my poi?!!!"
"They're still beside the tent"
20 secs later...
"Has anyone seen my poi, I think I've lost my poi?!!!"
"They're still beside the tent"
15 secs later...
"I think I might go and find my poi, can't remember where I put them"
"Ok"

Sunday morning:
"Does anyone want to skin up?"

Other things:
A small smelly room with a view and occasional classical music...
5-year-old Peter spinning poi
Pretty lake
Funky As Hell band on Saturday night
Breathtaking sunset on Sunday
A certain bronzed firestaffer (sorry Aidan, not you this time smile )
Friendly neighbours
(add to at will...)

anyways, hope to see you all again soon...

I'll just go back to work now...

humph.

love clare xoxo


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Good morning,



that was some weekend! I just wanted to tell you that I had loads of fun and add something to the memories list:



"Do you have a lighter?"



"I cut my hand yesterday night but I can't remember where!" (Sunday morning)



"Where is the fire gear?"

- "At the tent..." (Sorry, had to be mentioned again ubblol )



"Where is my lighter? Does anyone have a lighter?"



"Mission complete!"



"I can't do it. It's too cold. It's like my whole body is eek..."



"F**k, I've lost my lighter. frown "



other things:

- white van appearing on the horizon all of a sudden

- certain person (still) dancing like a Duracell bunny at 7am (or was it even 8am?)

- pink cliffs



SARAH *tryingtolightacigarettebutcantfindhergoddamnlighter*

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Posted:I too had much fun and frolics. Thankyou to all and and everybody who came along and made it so much fun.



"Hey, Stop! Woowww look at the moon, its red!!"

"cool, its real nice..."

"Hey guys!! did you see the moon"

"Yeah we saw, its really lovely"

"lads stop... the moons red..."



"You ok Fraulein?"

nod

"Bit St*n*d?"

nod



"has anyone seen lisa"

"im not sure, i saw her fall over a minute ago"

peace



Those and the sight of three other wise mature girls reduced to teenagers by the sight of 'one bronzed staffer' ubblol



There was something for everyone at raithlin, im so happy that everyone found something they liked.



clap grouphug

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Posted:Hey, it sounds like I missed out on a fab weekend. (I think I got the gist of many of the conversations, though... ) It's a shame, but I ended up pretty whacked after my first week of a new job, and moved into my new home on Saturday! I'm starting to make vague plans for exploring this lovely country, and will absolutely definately be down in Dublin sometime, plus as many other weekend trips to accessible towns as I can fit in. I'll post when I know if I'm coming to Cork or Dublin or...

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Posted:hello sweeties hug



glad to hear you all had such a good time. i thought the whole weekend was absolutely amazing! haven't quite recovered yet though. stayed in clo's on monday and tuesday nite, she stayed at mine on wednesday, and i stayed out there again last nite, so the partying has only just stopped biggrin (yaawwwwnn......)



clo's '93 citroen broke down in the middle of nowhere on the way home. had to pull in to the side of the road while smoke bellowed from the engine. we walked about 50ft and came to a garage with a sign outside: "citroen specialist". it was like the gods were looking down on us ubbrollsmile



i'm still shattered, trying to put all the pieces back together, trying to put all of the events in order, but due to having 6 hours sleep all weekend it all seems like one long day.... ubbloco



suffering from a severe bout of post party come-down frown you know that feeling of impending doom......



need luv & hugs & stuff hug


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Posted:Poor Lisa...

here is a big hug for you:


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I am still all knackered but am slowly adapting to dull working life... frown
Am going to get my pictures developed tonight so many photos coming up tomorrow.... smile

See you soon,
SARAH hug


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Posted:feeling a little more awake now. thought i'd list some of my highlights of the weekend, in no particular order mind you, considering it's all blended into one loooooonnngg day anyways......



- the view from the loo

- the red moon rising on friday (or was it saturday? confused)

- the pink cliffs at sunset

- lying in the gorse with dan & jill stargazing & spotting hercules, botes, draco & pegasus

- the incredible sunset on sunday evening

- the relief felt by everyone when aidan found the centre piece of his staff

- 4 of us being knocked over by the wind and being rolled down a hill wrapped in clodagh's tent during the tail end of a hurricane

- going into my tent on sunday nite to find everything, including my mobile, floating in a puddle - what can you do except laugh...?

- paddy's amazing eco-friendly bicycle powered rig.

- actually meeting the 1st person i had ever seen spin poi (over a year ago) and realising it was helen !

- hours of endless banter with all our loverly neighbours

- clodagh's citroen breaking down on the way home, right outside a citroen dealer!! ubblol

- the energy felt by 1200 people out of their minds on fun & freedom.....



the island of joy..... ubbrollsmile


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Posted:Ah, hello there lovely, good to hear from you, I was beginning to worry smile



Glad you got home safely and that you had a marvellous time - you feeling the effects yet?!!



Thanks for inviting me to the island, I'm really glad I went - so much firey fun smile



Sorry I won't be able to make it this weekend... I'd love to go to that too, cos it sounds like fun, but my best mate Jayne and her fiance are coming home for the weekend and all the friends are going out for dinner and drinks. I'm going to be the only one there not in a couple. Oh god. It's going to be talk of indoor furnishings and pity for the freak in the corner who hasn't found anyone to love her yet frown ubblol ubblol ubblol



Anyways, have fun y'all

Take care and huggings

Clare xoxo


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Posted:Maybe you didn't find someone yet but at least you don't have to argue about indoors furnishing with someone then wink

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Posted:Just because i want the hundreth post.



Happy Anniversary People!!!!!



ubbrollsmile ubbrollsmile ubbrollsmile



bounce bounce2 clap grouphug peace beerchug hug



and Many thanks to Firepoise who so graciously gave us a home



Three Cheers!! Hip Hip...Horraaayyyy etc... ubblol

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Posted:yay!! bounce another party!! bounce2 yay!!!!

beerchug grouphug beerchug

woohooo!! clap

though i might just take it easy on the celebrating front, i'm on detox this week, until saturday anyways....

congratulations us ubbloco and thank you everyone grouphug


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Posted:Very true Sarah... I refuse to talk to any man about home furnishings until I'm at least 40.

Happy hundreth peoples, it's been a lovely thing to know you all (despite the fact I've had to accept I now use internet chatrooms) and, in case you hadn't guessed, I'm utterly sickened that I'm missing the party this weekend. Oh well.

Oh Lisa, I had a thought - what about trying to put together a full female Maori costume - people would ask about it and you could explain poi history!!! I don't think it would be disrespectful?!!

Love and hugs
Clare xox

PS: does anyone else find this thread really slow to load??


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Posted:Hi wave

Finally recovered enough to post. Great weekend, lovely to see ye there. I put some photos up here: http://photos.groups.yahoo.com/group/fir...case.yahoo.com/
br>Tis only a few, and they're not great because (a) i haven't figured out how to use my new camera properly yet, and (b) alcohol related factors. I also emailed you a couple of video clips, starring the lovely Firepoise, and also a bronzed staffer who i assume is the afforementioned (spelling?) one...
Would stick them on HOP but i have no gallery thingy.

I look forward to seeing some of ye over the weekend, and thanks to Lisa for teaching me a new move on Tues evening sunny

And yes, this thread is slow, but then again, so's my computer, so it could be just me. frown

Take care,

Helen


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Posted:Slow, nah its grand, its must be you folks that cant keep up ubblol

So what is the plan for saturday night?

I'll be getting the train up in the morning. Will try to travel as early as possible because the match is on inthe croke and cork people love to travel.

Helen, you mentioned something about fuel being provided? Is thats till the case or should i bring some anyway?

Whats the start time ish?

Can i wear a skirt?


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Posted:morning all......



nice pics helen, i'm defo bringing a camera on saturday, may even borrow my friends tripod. it won't be completely dark, will it? it'd be nice to get some shots of everyone's costumes smile



clare, i would love to have had the time to make a decent costume, but unfortunately i don't. last nite was the first nite i slept in my bed since last thursday, haven't been home all week really....



anyhooooo.... picked up some purple, blue, black & silver body/face paint yesterday so all i need now is an artist.



failing that i could just use the blue and go as a woad

(actually the more i look at that pic the more i'm thinking it's a good idea biggrin)



really looking forward to tomorrow nite. the past few weeks have been very good to me, i feel very fortunate - lots of spinny meets with lots of nice people - thank you all grouphug



right then, whenever someone knows the time/place to meet, could you text me please? my phone has been on the blink since it's near death experience on sunday nite, but i can still get texts no problem.



aidan, if you arrive up early and you're wandering around on your tod then give us a shout and i'll come in and meet you. i'll even lend you a skirt biggrin



talk to ya later.....



Lisa peace


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Posted:
A woad? wasnt woad the type of color or dye? ie blue woad? Worn by the scottish and irish Picts?

I know that has nothing to do with anything but hey, its early and i've nothing better to do.

Will give you a shout tomoro lisa.... thankyou....


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Posted:yes, yes, woad is a plant from which they extract a blue dye that was used by celts & picts

but in the new king arthur film there's a scene where they're ambushed by picts and someone yells out "look out - woads!" (or something to that effect) and this big blue person jumps out from the trees. that's where i took if from..... smile


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Posted:Ambushed..... ubblol My most favorite english word! Good morning...

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Posted:your a slave to the media....

and you call yourself a hippy wink


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Posted:it's other folk that call me a hippie, i call myself fab! biggrin

what can i say? i've a soft spot for arthurian myths & legends redface plus i know a few people who have parts in that movie. one of the guys from my tai chi class actually plays a "woad" in it..... biggrin


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Posted:er i sort of meant slave, coz you were calling them what the holllwood writers were calling the *wonders why he is being so pedantic this morning*

Sorry way off topic and sillyness.

To keep it off topic though. Have you read the mists of avalon? Alternative version written from the point of view of morgana and the sisterhood rather than the arthur himself. very very good. The is two other booksin the series that race the line of arthur and morgana and the other key players right back into roman mythology. Mists is the last and the best and can be read without the others. Hihgly recommended. Marion Zimmer Bradley.

OK back on topic now

cant wait to spin fire in a tux.... yipeeee!!!!


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Posted:offtopic yeh, i have the mists of avalon & also the forest house. can't remember the name of the 3rd one but i haven't read it.

mists was written first but is the last book in the saga. the forest house was written second and is a prequel to mists. the third book was written later and slots between the previous two, as far as i know. the two i've read are very good indeed.

MZB has written a couple of books with Dianne L Paxon, another good writer if you like arthurian legends, dark ages type of stuff. she's also written a few books on Fionn MacCumhal, Diarmuid & Grinne, Oisn & Deirdre etc..... another fine writer.

back on topic..... did you get your tux?? biggrin


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Posted:I'll check her out. I remember that the order of books was confusin the hell out of me. I read them in the order they were written though. Must keep my i out for the other ones.

No tux yet, will pick up some bits and pieces when i go into town after work today.

*wonders if sarah will loan me her camera..*


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Posted:go to oxfam or mrs quinn's charity shop or something, you're bound to pick up something cheap. can't wait to see you spinning in a tux biggrin it'll look class!!

i'm in much better form today, in fact i'm quite hyper bounce it was a really good idea to work only 2 days this week. i had to work myself back in gently. though my heart yearns for rathlin still ubblove


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Posted:The Island of Joy... *sigh* ....
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(I wonder if I can change the 9 into a 7.... ubblol)



I am in good form as well but offtopic my experiments are crap: my results are SO not satisfying.... ubbcrying

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Posted:Good morning boys and girls, hope youre all having a lovely day.

Sorry the experiments arent going so well Sarah fiddle with a few knobs and add a bit of water and itll be grand (this is my professional scientific advice, lol)

Lisa, that woad looks great nice planes too smile

Aidan, very sorry Im going to miss the new Irish Bond, lol, make sure you take loads of pics ubblol

Anyways, just wondering if you Arthur-types have read Le Morte Darthur by Sir Thomas Malory. He was a knight in 1441 admittedly, the book is written in ye olde English, but after a couple of chapters you get used to it.

But I believe its where most of the Arthurian legend was sourced from (of course, Malory was inspired by the French prose Suite du Merlin, the Tristan and the Lancelot and the English poems Morte Arthure and Morte Arthur but I think his work drew all these stories together). Also, check out Sir Gawain and the Green Knight a masterpiece of medieval alliterative poetry. Again, it can be a pain in the arse to get through, but its a great story.

Ok, have a lovely day, take care
Love Clare xoxo


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Posted:Le Morte d'Arthur & Sir Gawain and the Green Knight ubblove classics!!

by the way clare, that's not me in that photo! but i might look something like that if i don't find someone to paint me! biggrin

i can paint pretty well, and i've done some body painting before (not your fancy airbrush stuff, just the regular carnival variety) but i'm not sure how easy it'll be to paint myself..... hehe

it should be pretty easy to paint myself blue, but i was hoping for nice twirls & celtic spirally things going down my back & arms & such...... anyone....??


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Posted:Hi,

Right, formalities first:

Fuel WILL be provided, so don't bother yourselves carrying it. Showtime is between 8 and 10 (approx). i'll be at the venue (which is here: http://www.excisebar.ie/locall.html
) from around 7, and if anyone wants to change/paint themselves blue/whatever there rather than walking around Dublin like that, that's no problem. Could arrange to be around earlier if anyone's lost/alone/bored

Speaking of painting yourselves blue, i was planning on it myself, seeing as my costume is loosely based on this: http://www.moviecitynews.com/arrays/images/2003/king_arthur/gwen_warrior_5.jpg
only with a chainmail skirt instead, and more tit coverage. redface

And yes Ado, you can wear a skirt. In fact i positively encourage it.

offtopic And yes, i also know people who played "woads" in the new King Arthur film. Not sure of the historical accuracy of the name, as any Arthuran legend that i've read has been by Chretien de Troie, and in Old French, so i kind of missed out on some of the distinctions by getting really confused and not understanding half of it.

Ummm, know i must have forgotten stuff, so let me know if ye have any other questions.

See you tomorrow (with blue on!)

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Posted:Hehehe... I know it's not you!!

But it'll look cool though... and the swirly shapes will be lovely

Btw, those were great pics Helen - the one of Lisa is funky as smile

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Posted:helen, you'll be blue too? great, a couple of celts and james bond in a skirt, excellent biggrin

i quite fancy this (though my paint is lighter blue in colour) but don't quite know if i can manage that myself.

some other nice patterns here

i'll probably do most of it at home, go in and meet you guys for 7 and do my face there. sound like a plan?


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