Glass, wind and fire

Lots of it

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It's not the sinister bit from a Bond film, it's not a new-fangled kind of waxing regiment, and it's not a propane-based pop-up. It is an other worldly performance with fire, music and glass blowing (of course), showing live for the first time in England, in Brum. Torcher Chamber Arkestra consists of glass artist Carrie Fertig, composer Alistair MacDonald and percussionist Stu Brown. And you're totally allowed to have a go on the instruments Fertig will make during the production using a process of flameworking with fire, as well as move around throughout the unseated show. Turning mac Birmingham all mesmerising and tribal like on 2 & 3 September, tickets are £12, with an autism friendly performance on the Saturday at 2pm.

Image: Mike Turzanski

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