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  1. Do they have a garden? There are rose varieties named after famous ballet dancers - Anna Pavlova and Darcy Bussell spring to mind but I’m sure there would be others!
  2. Apologies if posted elsewhere, but Dancing Times are opening their archive free of charge for one week (ending 7th April) https://ocean.exacteditions.com/magazines/23370/issues Hope the link works. If not, it is on their Facebook page.
  3. A little more information about the Men in Dance programme - apologies if duplicating information. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.standard.co.uk/go/london/arts/bbc-royal-ballet-programme-men-in-dance-a4385476.html%3famp
  4. Hi I have the following available for that evening if any use amphitheatre level 5 seat A69 (£52 face value) and standing amphitheatre level 6 W62 - would be happy to give the standing seat away to anyone buying the A69 seat. kind regards
  5. Sadly having to sell 2 tickets for the above sold out Performance: Cast: Yasmine Naghdi, Federico Bonelli, Anna Rose O'Sullivan, Joseph Sissens, Bennet Gartside I have amphitheatre level 5 seat A69 (£52 face value) and standing amphitheatre level 6 W62 - would be happy to give the standing seat away to anyone buying the A69 seat.
  6. Thank you so much zxDaveM - that’s really useful to know! At least I won’t get a crick in the neck from looking up!
  7. Could anyone please tell me if there are any view issues at the Lilian Baylis Studio (apart from those at the very back marked as restricted view)? In particular, do the front row seats afford a good view and can you see the dancers’ feet? For the performance I am hoping to see, many/most seats are booked but the front row is completely free which is making me think those in the know know something I don’t! 😉 TIA
  8. I had a frozen shoulder a couple of years ago (in my early 50s) which I initially mistook for a rotor cuff tear. It took over a year to get back to (almost) normal movement - I was told this was the usual timeframe. I do believe injections can be offered to help improve movement (unfortunately I wasn’t eligible due to the risk of infection with a compromised immune system so I had the long haul option of physio treatment and daily exercises) Hope you both recover quickly and get back to your beloved activities!
  9. If you private message me your email address , I will forward an email I received from Wells Away this week with details of the course and new location.
  10. Hope this isn’t a duplicate post, but just picked this information up via an Instagram by gielgudfilms.
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  12. Not children’s (sorry!) but DD has dropped several hints about this... https://www.very.co.uk/topshop-sequin-nutcracker-christmas-jumper-black/1600416405.prd?sku=sku22021643&cm_mmc=google-_-PLA+-+Generic-_-Women+-+Knitwear-_-PRODUCT_GROUP_p33748811775_&utm_campaign=Generic_Women+-+Knitwear&utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google&utm_term=PRODUCT_GROUP&campaigntype=shopping&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI777r4NWD5gIVxLHtCh2AYQDDEAQYASABEgImyvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
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