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  1. Where we live the auditions are always just before DD's birthday so she managed to get an EYB place as a junior a few weeks before her 12th birthday. She will audition next year just before her 14th birthday. Not sure what will happen when she's almost 16 and the EYB rehearsals will start in the June when she will have GCSEs. She really enjoyed it and made lots of friends.
  2. To fit petite 13 yr old. Currently in Bloch age 12 or XS ladies.
  3. Seconded. We recently had a Pointe shoe fitting with Becky and we love visiting the shop. Unfortunately It's too far for TinyNEDdancer as it's in Lichfield staffs.
  4. Is the wear moi Duchesse 10-12 sizing similar to Bloch age 12? My daughter is in Bloch age 12 but has started to wear XS ladies
  5. When DD did EYB last year it wasduring term time. The Saturday rehearsals were 2 till 8 which would enable associates to travel there.
  6. No, it doesn't have to match with a leotard as she wants to wear it with a black leotard.
  7. DD is petite age 13 and wants a chiffon skirt/tulle skirt in Burgundy.
  8. Size 5.5 B DD has tried them on a few times around the house but these have literally only been worn 10 mins in one class before teacher said they were too big, they were fitted in a shop but they won't accept responsibility. Ribbons and elastics are sewn in. All offers considered. I can email photos.
  9. Hi, Are these true to outdoor shoe size? My daughter is size 5 with narrow feet..
  10. Tatasmum

    Hammond and JA?

    Our nearest EYB always has the performances at the end of July so most of the dancers have finished school. I can't understand why Hammond would allow them out to rehearse if the performances will fall in term time.
  11. @Peanut68 that's really sad, I would struggle to not kick off about it 😠
  12. During the summer my father in law offered to pay for surfing lessons for my son and his two other grandchildren but left out my 12 yr old DD as he said it wasn't 'her thing'. She was very upset so her Dad had to approach his Dad and change his mind. I knew DD would be fine(better than all or of them) as she has the core strength from years of dancing but her Granddad thought the football training done by the other grandchildren made them more eligible to surf. On the day DD was the first to stand up and rode the wave back to shore.
  13. Sorry I didn't mean to gatecrash this discussion, I thought this was the other thread!
  14. Hi, @LakesBalletMum @LovetoDance2003 was selling one free for postage earlier this year..
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