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  1. Selling all my unused jazz/ tap shoes, description of items as follows: Capezio West End 2 Tap shoes Oxford style (lace up) tap shoes with 1.5" heel Brand new, never worn without original box Real leather and steel Teletone toe and heel taps RRP £55.50, selling for £40 plus £5 delivery via PayPal preferably Size 5 Capezio 3" Theatrical Footlight Character shoes (black) Genuine leather TeleTone taps compatible but not attached Brand new never worn, without original box RRP £62.00, selling for £42 plus £5 delivery Size 5 Capezio silver and black Rock it Dansneakers Jazz trainers, never worn, without original box RRP £63.50, selling for £42.50 olus £5 delivery Size 5 PM for for information and photos and I will be more than happy to provide! Cheers, Alex
  2. Hi I have a place to study musical theatre btec at a performing arts college for September. What tap shoes and character heels would you suggest I buy? I haven't tapped before so want something suitable for my level but will also last as I (hopefully) improve. Thankyou in advance
  3. Hi guys, Hope this is ok to start but I could do with a boys thread to refer to. DS is 11, and has been dancing for nearly two years, his fave is ballet but also does tap and jazz. I’m getting a bit cheesed off at not being able to find anything for him. Bought new tap shoes today and ended up in ladies yet again!! (He’s a 4). I try to get things made when I can find and afford them. His ballet bag came from the USA and I’m so tired of googling “freed Aaron” like it’s the only leotard he’ll ever find. Can anyone point us in a direction of nice boys stuff? Good workshops, associate schemes?? He is in a nice school but still the only boy in his class and wonder if he’s missing out. We live in the NW of the UK, but will travel for the right opportunities. Thank youuuuuu! xx
  4. Does anyone have the ISTD Tap Grade 4 or Grade 5 DVD for sale?
  5. Hi everyone! I’m excited to share with you that the North East Dance Co-operative are co-hosting tap dance workshop classes with Old Kent Road on Wednesday 21 March at Space Six, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Experienced Beginners / Improvers 6:00–7:00pm Intermediate / Advanced 7:00–8:00pm Price: £6.60–£20 (it's complicated – do please get in touch!). Guideline minimum age for this event is 14 (exceptions can be made — again, please get in touch directly). If you would like to participate in this event, or to find out more, please contact us via Facebook now! : http://www.facebook.com/NorthEastDanceCooperative We at North East Dance Co-operative HQ are thrilled about this opportunity, but it can only go ahead with enough pledges for tickets. We therefore ask you, even if tap isn’t your genre, or you are busy that night, to please Like and Share the original post to help us get the word out and reach more dancers — Thank you! Original post link: http://bit.ly/2FNhXMR NB: This is not a commercial venture. Our core team of volunteers have organised this event to benefit our members and the local dance community. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch. I will be keeping an eye on this thread, but to contact me directly I suggest sending a message via our Facebook Page. More Information: To find out more about Old Kent Road: http://www.oldkentroadtap.com To read-up about Ryan Campbell-Birch, founding members of Old Kent Road, and our workshop leader for the 21st: http://www.ryancbirch.com If you’re not familiar with Space Six here is everything you need to know: https://space-six.org Kindest, Angeline Founder, NEDC To finish, here is my favourite clip of Old Kent Road in action [NB: PG for music lyrics]:
  6. Wanted... Jazz and Tap Shoes in 3/3.5 for DS. Like something a bit softer than PU for the tap shoes, maybe leather or split sole? Split sole leather black jazz shoes. Thank youuuuuu! ????
  7. So not ballet related but I know that some of you have DC that are tappers. DD did really well with her tap solo recently and has been asked to preform at a local event tomorrow. We went there for a rehearsal this evening only to discover that the stage is carpeted. The floor of the hall will be fine however it is quite slippy. She was very good at the rehearsal and when we got home said nothing but has just come to me in tears (1.30am!!!) to say she is worried. I can't recall the floor exactly but she said it is wooden with a varnish - any ideas what we can do?
  8. Looking for good condition size 3/3.5 boys tap shoes. Any lace up tap show would probably be suitable. Thank you!!
  9. I am finding these impossible to get hold of. Anybody got one knocking about they no longer need? Many thanks
  10. Hi there I'm 18 yrs old and currently training to become a dance teacher with the IDTA. I'm currently learning IDTA intermediate ballet and once I've done my exam will be doing the pre-associate and associate for it. I've heard you can become an RAD teacher once I'm IDTA qualified, I don't know if this is true? I hope so! Anyway I just have a few questions to see what people think - I've done RAD ballet my whole life ever since I was 5, but I've never done tap and modern exams I've done performances in tap, modern, street etc but not exams. I know its a silly question but one day I'm going to have to make the decision, what sounds better: An RAD dance school with just ballet exams and tap and modern non-syllabus OR shall I do all the IDTA theatre associates so theres exams in IDTA ballet, tap and modern? I don't feel very confident teaching tap and modern syllabus work because I've obviously never done the exams. Which one would you rather take your child to or sounds better? Thank you
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