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    I love doing ballet classes, even though I'm rubbish at it!

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  1. Me too. I stopped understanding computers when they stopped looking like this. Chrome is very annoying with updates. Over the weekend, it decided an extension that I have used for years and has never been updated, contains malware and is now disabled by Chrome. The extension doesn't contain malware and besides, if I want to infect MY computer, I should be free to do so.
  2. HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security), is a web security policy mechanism that forces web browsers to interact with websites only via secure HTTPS connections (and never HTTP). It can cause problems. This might help in Chrome 1. Type this into the address bar chrome://net-internals/#hsts 2. In the query box type the domain (eg www.example.com or example.com) - don't type the full path. This will tell you if HSTS is active on that site. 3. In the delete box, type the domain and press delete. Your browser will no longer force an HTTPS connection for that site. You can test if its working properly by refreshing or navigating to the page.
  3. Benny Hill and Kay Frazer, doing a bit of ballet and other styles of dance. He even manages a shoulder lift.
  4. A hidden side to one of the UK's favourite artists. (Who would have thunk it?) Ballerinas And Bondage: The Secret Desires Of L.S. Lowry WARNING! Some articles on this site might offend.
  5. I'm glad it is not just me who does this.
  6. A hard disk PVR is ideal for this. With mine, you call up the program guide, goto what you want to record and press OK. That's it! It wakes up and records your program.
  7. trog

    Quick Quiz

    Spandau or regular ballet
  8. I get a headache when I see a performance of In The Upper Room.
  9. This is the text of an email that I received last night Train with Birmingham Royal Ballet Join us for dancer-led ballet classes on 4 June These classes, led by a Birmingham Royal Ballet dancer, are designed to inspire, and to further your passion and enjoyment for dance. We are delighted to offer you the opportunity to join us from your own home on Friday 4 June. The following sessions are available: Boys' Class, Grade 2 upwards: 4:30pm Girls' Class, Grade 3-5: 6pm Girls' Class, Grade 6+: 7:30pm Cost: £15 per participant The classes, which are delivered via Zoom, consist of a warm up followed by a technique class appropriate for each grade, with a large proportion of the class inspired by our current repertoire. Friends and family in your household are invited to watch an informal sharing at the end of the session to celebrate what you have learnt. Places are limited so book today to avoid disappointment. Book here
  10. I've done syllabus classes in BBO, RAD and Cecchetti and of the three I prefer BBO. I like the longer sequences, which really make you concentrate and I think BBO is much more dancey than the others.
  11. Laura Knight exhibition MK Gallery - Milton Keynes - 9th Oct 2021 - I don't know if there will be any of her ballet pictures, but I hope so. Faberge In London - V&A - 20th Nov 2021 - I think this one will be very busy
  12. Yikes! It was £25 when it was published and I thought that was a touch pricey when I bought mine. There is a copy in the British Library. I don't know if it available for an inter-library loan (I have no idea how that works), but if you're in London, you could probably have a look at it in the reading room (again I have no idea how that works).
  13. Talking Pictures TV = Freeview 81 | Freesat 306 | Virgin 445 | Sky 328 Wed 24 Feb 21 - 12:15 - Harmony Lane - A Musical featurette starring Max Bygraves, The Beverly Sisters and Dora Bryan. Also Svetlana Beriosova and David Paltenghi dancing a bit of Swan Lake. Fri 26 Feb 21 - 21:00 - Nijinsky - Alan Bates, George de la Pea & Ronald Pickup. Based on Vaslav Nijinsky diaries this film follows his later life and career.
  14. Followup: Soviet 'Enigma' cipher machine sells for $22k at collapsed museum's exhibits auction Relics of the Cold war - at auction Auction Results - example Lot 128 of 497: SOVIET KGB SPY RING WITH HIDDEN CAMERA went for $15,625 (double the estimate)
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