Pyrotechnical street show in which demons invade a square, street or neighbourhood, and surrounded by the smell of powder, bangers and lights, conquer the most emblematic buildings to announce the kingdom of hell.
A story involving contradictory sensations of attraction and fear, through which people’s need to be together is proclaimed through the ancient mechanisms that lie deep in the heart of the festival.
The actor is the master of ceremonies who, through the excess of fire and organised chaos announces the need to make the street into a space for everyone.
This show continues to tour the world at the request of cities and festivals, often with audiences in their thousands. The record is held by the show in Bogotá on 2nd April 1988, before 100,000 people.
1st March 1981. Venice