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  1. Good advice above. I personally know many dancers who have come back very successfully from shinsplints, and/or are managing shinsplints, including professionals. So it’s not necessarily going to prevent going as far as you can in dance.
  2. Does anyone have a ticket for tomorrow I could buy please? For a friend who prefers not Balcony or Amphi.
  3. 2018, the year my DS graduated from the Royal Ballet School there were more boys than girls, 11 to 8. Boys outnumbered the girls from when he started in 1st Year Upper School
  4. Timo at Pineapple is who my DS went to - and he highly recommends. http://www.timomassagetherapy.co.uk/
  5. Will so miss you. I always loved your posts.
  6. Phil Birch at enquiries@eliteinjurysolutions.com in Birmingham, has a very good eye for what's going on in the body. Has helped my DS. He was BRB physio for many years, and a dancer. Very clued-up.
  7. My friend has an old autograph book from the 1920s with many signatures of well known operatic singers. She was advised by The Antiques Roadshow to advertise it for sale in a specialist publication. Any ideas for this please? I’m a ballet fan so bit clueless when it comes to opera.
  8. I have two tickets for above, S3 and S4, priced at £20 each, if anyone would like to buy them from me. Last minute change of plan unfortunately so I cannot attend.
  9. I'm just back from seeing the Hungarian National Ballet, whose 'Sylvia' included quite a long male (comedy) solo from a very experienced character artiste en pointe. We were left thinking, men need to know what they are doing en pointe, and not mess around, or they could sustain an injury (no joke).
  10. Polish National Ballet in Warsaw. Sorry my phone won’t do a better link, but it’s the first item at Teatrwielki.pl
  11. UK based Move dancewear are very reliable and sell red or bright blue shorts online. Boysdancetoo.com are in the US so their site is worth a look
  12. Hi there, unless people know something I don’t know, I can’t think of a shop that has a good selection of dancewear for guys. Capezio, Dancia, Freed, Bloch in Covent Garden sell shoes and socks and dancebelts. My DS gets practice wear from H&M sports section. Dance shorts he gets from the US 😂. There’s a Lululemon in Covent Garden. Wishing you well for your trip.
  13. I’d seriously recommend this summer programme (unsolicited testimonial). My DS found it so inspiring and confidence giving. He was 17 at the time. And he got great corrections and personal attention.
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