My daughter and I went to visit the Royal Ballet School on Saturday with an alumnae group from the college I went to in Cambridge. It's not open to tourists so we were very happy to have the opportunity to see it and watch classes being held.
Here's the entrance hall:
The founder of the ballet school, Ninette de Valois, lived to be 100. Here's her desk and a painting of her:
Look at the cute little beds of some of the dancers who board at the school:
We had lunch at the school with the dancers, and oh my goodness, the portions were tiny and the food so healthy. We all vowed then and there to start eating the Royal Ballet School way from now on but then we came home and I sneaked outside and ate two chocolate ice cream bars.