frequently asked questions


Here are some of our most frequently asked questions. If your question isn't listed, please don't hesitate contacting us. Our team are more than happy to help!

A license is not required in the United Kingdom.

For a public event, you would be required to have own insurance but we would always recommend using a professional firework company who are fully insured.

Yes, we have £10 million public liability insurance as standard.

11pm is the curfew for most nights of the year. To ensure your display is finish by this time, the latest we can begin a display is 10:45pm. For most events the latest time we will take a booking for is 10:30pm to allow for delays.

Exceptions include November 5th, which has a midnight curfew. Diwali, Chinese New Year and New Year’s Eve, which have 1am curfews.

Not normally, but depending on the display location we may advise leasing with certain authorities. However, if your display may cause an unexpected disturbance to people or livestock, letting your neighbours and/or local authorities know is advised.

Our firework displays start from £500 (inc. VAT) for a small scale show. However, all of our displays are fully bespoke, so it is advised that you get in contact with us to discuss your requirements, as prices can vary.

We perform displays in numerous different venues and locations, which vary in size and outdoor space. The space available may limit the scale of the display, but every display is tailored to your needs. We  endeavour to visit and perform a risk assessment beforehand, from which we will be able to recommend a suitable firing location for your display.

Yes, we offer pyromusical displays which are choreographed to music.

On the day of the display we are constantly assessing the risks at hand, weather included. Even if the weather is bad, we can normally still go ahead. It is very rare that the weather will affect a display.

Ideally as early as possible. We get extremely busy! However, if it is a last minute book, we recommend contacting us. We will always try our best to fit you in.

Yes, you can book online using our online booking form here.

Yes, a £100 deposit is required to confirm your booking. This can be paid via Paypal, BACs, Cheque, Cash or through our website. To pay via the website, first complete the online booking form and follow the instructions. The full display balance is due 2 weeks prior.