Feeding the Fish
A breathtaking entertainment spectacle of choreographed colour, fusing highly technical juggling, dance and cutting edge technology. This completely unique double-act has been performed in twenty seven countries worldwide.
Beautiful patterns of light are traced through the air during the high-impact stage show as all the props are programmed to create a multitude of different visual effects in perfect synchronisation with the upbeat soundtrack.
Suitable for corporate events, festivals, product launches, private parties, galas and variety theatre.
A high-energy stage-show where juggling and movement are performed in partial light with illuminated clubs and balls, which change brightness, strobe and emit a spectrum of colours in perfect synchronization with the dramatic soundtrack. Attention is caught between the beautiful patterns of light created in the air and the underlying precision of the performers’ manual dexterity. Flux is a mesmerising spectacle of choreographed colour that both intrigues and captivates every audience. Also adapted for nightclubs, this extremely visual performance has enthralled clubbers from the best of London’s underground parties to the international scene alongside Danny Rampling in Osaka, Kid Cream in Greece and Danny Tenaglia in Tokyo.
Drawing on their popular show, 'Flux', Feeding the Fish have created a larger, more visual and even more stunning performance: 'Kaleidoscope' is a strongly choreographed combination of dance, laser manipulation and Pixel-Poi, performed by three dancers to a movingly upbeat classical-fusion soundtrack. The patented equipment is uniquely designed and built by Feeding the Fish and on request can be specially programmed to display a client's logo, colour-branding or choice of text at the high point of the Pixel-Poi finale.
Feeding the fish, the leading specialists in LED performance present a thrilling Olympic themed act, customisable for 2, 3 or 5 performers, featuring choreographed laser and Pixel-Poi manipulation for an uplifting and inspiring prelude to London 2012. Celebrating the Olympic Games, flags of participating nations can be displayed using Pixel-Poi alongside unique London landmarks to create a rousing performance with a truly international flavour. The soundtrack includes a specially adapted anthemic finale. Duo and trio acts include displays of iconic London landmarks and the GB flag, plus Olympic themed graphics. Duo and trio acts include displays of iconic London landmarks and the GB flag, plus Olympic themed graphics. The quintet includes London landmarks, the GB flag and a striking take on the Olympic rings to close the act.
Konnie Huq Blue Peter, BBC Television
lice B, First International Conference on Digital Live Art
ohn Prescott, Ex-Deputy Prime Minister, UK