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  1. School of Ballet Theatre UK Uniform: Tracksuit Jacket Size: Children's 12-13 Price: £10 Condition: Used Tracksuit Bottoms: Size: Adult XS Price £8 Condition: Used Tracksuit Bottoms Size: Adult XS (fits more like Adult S) Price: £8 Condition: Used Gilet Size: Adult 8 Price: £10 Condition: Very Good Cap Sleeve Leotard Size: Adult Small Price: £5 Condition: Used (logo is starting to peel) Camisole Leotard Size: Adult XS Price: £5 Condition: Used (lining has been removed because the old leotard linings did not stretch. Logo is intact) Skirt Size: Adult Small-Medium Price: £7 Condition: Very Good Postage additional (multiple items can be combined), or collection from Hinckley.
  2. Ballet Theatre UK's new production for Spring 2016 is Pinocchio. Discussion and reviews in this thread please. Info and tour dates are here: http://www.balletcoforum.com/index.php?/topic/12091-ballet-theatre-uk-pinocchio/
  3. My dd is currently in Year 10 and is thinking of auditioning for full time training at 16. I am a bit clueless about the various schools and the process and hope to get some advice on here from you knowledgeable people! Ok so firstly when should she start looking at schools and when are the auditions? Do the schools have open days? She has done ballet since the age of 3 but has also added in modern, tap and jazz in recent years and enjoys these as much so she would like a school which teaches dance other than ballet. She is thinking of Ballet Theatre UK and Northern Ballet but I have no idea about these schools and what they offer. Where else should she look? Do schools offer A levels alongside dance training? What is the quality of education like? She's a bright girl currently in at an academic school and I would like her to get some A levels too. How competitive is the process at this stage and is there anything special she should be doing now to prepare? And finally if it doesn't work out and she doesn't get in anywhere, are there opportunities for full time training post 18? And would Dance A Level be useful?
  4. Saw this in Tewkesbury last night and really enjoyed it. I last saw this production in 2011 and thought it was good then but was slow in places, whereas last night was slick and well danced and acted by all the dancers. Sarah Mortimer was wonderful as Gerda and Claire Corruble Cabot was a magnificent Snow Queen. I also enjoyed excellent comic timing from David Brewer and Charlotte Eades but then I would! Full tour dates are on Ballet Theatre UK website. But one of my reasons for posting is that there are lovely programs AND cast lists! So I can retire from posting such information on Ballet.co!
  5. Having seen thread about Elmhurst's you tube channel I thought I'd post these links (hope they work!) to the latest production of the excellent Ballet Theatre UK. I have posted in doing dance as I hope it will encourage more people to go and support the UKs newest company, over half of whom are British. As mentioned in another thread, Ballet Theatre uk are now running an a summer school, associates and graduate scheme- well worth a look at. I am often amazed at how few dance students actually go to see a Ballet, even if they live within viable distance when really they should see as much as possible, Northern Ballet, Scottish Ballet, Ballet Cymru, Ballet Central. Ballet Black are amongst the touring companies, can't list them all. Theatres are not always good at promoting unfortunately. Anyway I hope folks on doing dance are inspired to go and watch more Ballet, whatever the company- plenty of information on the other forums! Ballet Theatre Uk Alice in Wonderland tour dates
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