Porom Pomperos tried all kinds of ways to make the largest possible bubbles. Born of a friendship between two great artistes who met backstage, they began to create and shape a show that wowed everyone with giant soap bubbles.
After several years of effort and dedication they succeeded – with magnificent results. This act has performed all over the home country of Italy and internationally performing at all types of events, especially in front of young audiences.
Among the highlights, they performed at a festival in Sharjah (United Arab Emirates) for 10 days and a luxury hotel in Barcelona performing at a height of more than 110 metres.
Giant Bubble Show Italy – Porom Pomperos
We greatly admire this kind of show which is noted for its striking originality and beauty. It consists of a soap bubble show with bubbles of all sizes, particularly noted for their giant volume, colourful and striking, catching the attention of everyone. There is also a machine for making funnels which livens up any event and a small workshop to get everyone involved – making bubbles with different tools such as rings, pomperos, snowshoeing, on an inflatable pool.
Bubble Show Technical Requirements Porom Pomperos:
An opportunity arises for those who want to get involved with huge bubbles, made with a giant hoop, also on an inflatable pool. The latter can only be done indoors by wind theme and all necessary materials are provided. Show duration is 30 min with extra 10 minute slots available. Each event is quoted for on it’s merits.
Stage – small space ( 10 x 10 meters approx). Fences or tape to cordon off the area.
During the show – a slippery floor carpet or smooth stone. Dressing room. Drinking water. Changing room. Recommended – some wind and no rain. Outdoor spaces.
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