It’s 2016

Sending out a warm wish to you all for a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year. I celebrated the end of 2015 in Bordeaux, after finishing 15 performances of Sleeping Beauty on December 30st. A real good NYE with new friends, most of which are permanent dancers in the comany.

I am now in Italy for the end of the holiday season before heading back to the UK. I’m realising that returning to school life is going to be pretty tough after experiencing the professional world. However my final two terms of training will undoubtedly be over quick; I need to get the most out of them and keep looking ahead to hopefully being back in France soon.

As you probably have noticed over the past few months I have been less active on here as I dedicate myself fully to my dancing. With the arrival of 2016 I have made the decision to make this my last post (for now but probably not forever).

I am extremely grateful for all of your kind support and for some of the considerable advantages that having a blog has brought me. A special thank you to family & friends who have been there for me way before starting my blog in 2012.

Author: Prisca

Blogging since 2012. I'm a professional dancer, undergoing a degree in Digital Marketing, and co-founder of Boleyn Factory, an independent film organisation based in Bordeaux, France.

5 thoughts

  1. So sorry to hear that we will no longer enjoy reading your blog but fully understand your reasons. I wish you all the very best for the future and suspect that we have not heard the last of Prisca Bertoni !

  2. hi sweetie,
    thanks for keeping me in touch – would love to hear how you go well into this very exciting 2016 !
    love V

  3. We will really miss reading your blog. It has been fun hearing of your progress and achievements along the way. I hope your mother will still keep us informed of your progress. Wishing you a happy and successful 2016

  4. Good Luck to you, Prisca. I’ve enjoyed the blog, and will miss the posts. I understand that you now need to be as committed to your career as poss – without further distractions or pressures. Wishing you all the very best for your future.
    Please follow my blog – from a ballet-dad’s perspective:
    http://www.balletdadblog.com

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