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Posted:Hello! Ive been poing for about 7 uears and have the skill to preform but am kind of confused: The question is whats the duration of a "profesional" (and by that i mean - 'one that you charge monny for) poi preformance? It kind of sounds wierd for me to go as a job to a wedding/bar mitsva (I'm relogious jew) and light my monkeyfist poi for like 5 minutes and thats it... And how much do you charge for 5 minutes performance? Does mixing flowpoi and fire poi make scence? I wish I'd find some biggining faq for starting performing...
Hunting robot foxes Location: Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, ...
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Posted:It all depends on the needs of the client. We offer a full show of 45 minutes, but we are more often asked for "2 hours performing by 2 people outside the venue" which would just be freestyle on a 20min on, 10min off basis. For glow or walkabout stuff it could be anything at all.
The main show is the most fun to do though!
Working hard to be a wandering hippie layabout. Ten years down, five to go!