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One Fire may cease, but it won’t be extinguished

IMG 0176Story and Images by Mark Graham

One Fire are now into the final week of our five weeks over here.

We have been here since the 27th of February and return to Australia on the 2nd of April.

What a time it has been for all the boys. We have seen lineup changes, been tourists, been performers, and also been the subject of many photographs from the locals and other visitors from surrounding countries...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 March 2013 13:07

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One Fire’s sunset over the desert

IMG 0070Story & Images by Mark Graham

This week brings our second week in Dubai to a close. What a week that it has been. One Fire Dance troop have completed approximately 45 performances and 11 workshops with the kids to date, and about them numbers still to go.

This last week has now seen so much happen not only as part of Global Village 2013 but also just in our downtime here in Dubai.

The Global...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 20:37

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