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  1. Very interested in the petite mirella leotard - please could you send me a photo? Many thanks x
  2. Of course. Could you send me your email or what’s app number via dm? I’ve already sent photos of all out to one lady but yet to hear if she’s interested in any x
  3. I have a number of lovely leotards for sale. All of which were only worn for auditons or summer schools so lightly worn. Wear Moi peach leotard 10/12 £10 Wear Moi baby blue leotard 10/12 £10 Wear Moi pale green leotard (with embroidered top) 10/12 £12 Wear Moi panelled Aqua leotard (small lace detail on back) 8/10 £10 Intermezzo pale pink leotard (with lace top and lace back) age 10 £10 So Danca black high neck leotard with black lace (over nude background) at neck detail. Gorgeous. Size 3 £12 Capezio strappy back baby pink cotton leotard - medium child £5 Katz lilacy blue (type colour!) leotard in size 2 - I have 2 of these worn maybe once or twice. £3 each or £5 for both Capezio Baby pink leotard with sparkly ruched top. Large child. Has been altered as straps very long but only tacked so can easily undo. Worn once as a bit wide for my daughter at the time - £3 Capezio black sparkly ruched top vest. For jazz or over leotard maybe. Size large child. £3 Postage at cost and will combine. All from pet and smoke free home x I have photos of the styles if anyone is interested x
  4. Could I have this please?
  5. Brilliant news x Delighted for her and you! She’s going to have the most wonderful time x x
  6. Ballet shoes don’t fit like normal shoes though, so definitely go to the shop near to you rather than pick one online. (I’d pick the shop that has the best range of brands of ballet shoes so you have a good choice). Bloch are lovely shoes but won’t be the best shoe for everyone, and even within one brand like Bloch there are lots of different named shoes which all fit differently. Enjoy the experience of going and trying on lots of shoes. They’ll ask if you want canvas, satin or leather ballet shoes and you’ll also need to know whether you want full sole or split sole shoes, so ask your teacher what her preference is before you go as that will narrow the choice down for you too x
  7. Last year it was the same application and I’m sure the fee covered applying for either one or both x
  8. Please do XX enjoy the rest of your holiday xxx
  9. Sending love to both @Picturesinthefirelightand To you @Snowflake xxxx hope your husbands both get some answers soon xxx And fingers crossed for your lovely dd pictures, what a stressful time she must have had xx
  10. A Mid associate (of the Royal Ballet) is the next stage from JAs (junior associates) - for academic years 7-9 (then they may wish to audition for senior associates ... There are fewer places than for JAs and classes take place at fewer centres around the country, and the class tends to be a mixed year group class for years 7-9 (may be different in London?). Places are offered to children following an audition and are generally taken up if they don’t get a vocational school place of their choice or if they had chosen not to go away that age, but still wish to continue or start training weekly with the Royal Ballet School associate scheme (as although a lot of places are previous JAs, children who have not been JAs also can apply and get places on the scheme)
  11. I don’t think it’s irrelevant at all. It shows in a very rough manner, as originally highlighted by the poster, that although WL takes a large number of youngsters who have been through their training programme from an early age, either at year 7 entrance from JAs, or year 8/9/10 etc from MAs, that they do not necessarily stay for the whole time at White Lodge, and then fewer still are selected for upper school, I thought it was an interesting observation which shows how tough the training programme is as more international students (plus students from other Lower schools / different training routes etc) aim to join the Royal Ballet as they get older.
  12. Yes they do wear them but I know what you mean! I also got my dd some alternative nude pants from a dancewear shop that have a discreet waistband and has a little more bottom coverage 🙈 and she mainly wore those though - I think basically as long as they’re nude (you couldn’t wear anything else with that white leotard!! - the teacher doesn’t mind what they wear as long as she can’t see them x (I’ve just looked at them and no labels in them as they’re seamless so can’t tell you the brand I’m afraid) xx
  13. Every child bar one in my dd class has a mat, mostly in a separate bag with a shoulder strap for ease of carrying x
  14. I’m so sorry for your loss xxxxxx signed xxxx
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