Inferno Fire Troupe wowed the crowds with their performances at Aberdeen International Youth Festival on Saturday.
The group, made up of local young people aged 16 to 20, drew a huge crowd at their performance on St Nicholas Street, thrilling the crowd with their fire juggling, fire breathing and fire eating routines.
They were invited to perform their routine again later that evening at the Hillhead Halls of Residence and were given a great reception from other festival participants.
Festival artistic director, Stewart Aitken, said he was “delighted to have Inferno at the festival.
Commenting on the performance, he said: “It is the first time we have had a Fire Performance act and was it was great to have something so different”.
Inferno have been together for just over a year and are supported by Theatre Modo and the Reaching Out project.
They have performed at various community events including the Midnight Prowl, Lifeboat Open Day, Peterhead Scottish Week, and Phantasmagoria Parade.
They have also been involved in teaching Circus Skills at the recent Wild About Aden event at Mintlaw.
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