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  1. Would highly recommend the courses run by Ballet Cymru. Wales International ballet summer school is according to my dd the best she's attended (and she has attended quite a few over the years). Not residential though.
  2. Thank you for all your replies - very much appreciated.๐Ÿ˜Š
  3. Hello, Iโ€™m looking for recommendations for a dance photographer in London - preferably studio based. Any suggestions welcome.
  4. Many congratulations to your son on gaining such a prestigious role! I have some lovely photos of him and my daughter from when they partnered each other during a summer school. He was an incredibly hard worker and I've no doubt he'll be successful wherever life takes him.
  5. I know Lilac Theatre do adult classes but not sure about ballet. Might be worth looking on their website.
  6. MB New Adventures are also holding one day Swan Lake workshops.
  7. Could you tell me where I would be able to find more information about this please?
  8. Just to say, please be aware they look ridiculously small before stretched! I recently bought my dd a pair after reading this thread and thought initially I had been sent the wrong size ๐Ÿ˜†
  9. My dd currently trains at the Hammond on the dance course and rarely wears full makeup day to day. I would definitely agree itโ€™s personal preference although of course they are expected to be well presented.
  10. I feel this comment was absolutely uncalled for!
  11. Just had confirmation email that OPES is definitely going ahead and is to be held in Errol's memory. I'm sure it will be very emotional for everyone involved.
  12. Just to say that first year Hammond is still very much dance based (or certainly has been this year). My dd is not mt at all but has really enjoyed the first year. 2nd year is further split between MT, dance with vocal or dance with choreo.
  13. The absolutely wonderful thing about this forum is that people are now speaking out and this will help others. I think there is still a massive stigma regarding mental health problems and I think that brave posts such as this will hopefully help others to accept that such problems exist, are by no means rare and can happen to any one of our children. Thank you to both you and your daughter for your courage.
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