pink ballet slippers – Personalised ballet shoes bracelet in sterling silver.Details:- Material metal: 925 sterling silver- Ballet shoes measures approx 15mm.- Initial charm measures approx 9mm- Adjustable bracelet length from 6.5" to 7.5".- Please select which initial font you would like (modern or elegant) and if you prefer stamp to be blackened to highlight the initial or left un-blackened.Please read our store polices before placing an order:https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/JewelleryByZM?ref=seller-platform-mcnav#policies Note: this item is hand-stamped by me. There might be slight variations in the letter placement or alignment.
Late Night Stand-up: 10:30 p.m. Nov pink ballet slippers. 16, The Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway St., Redwood City. Co-produced by First Live Comedy founder Don Smith, along with Sedric Drake, who is also the show’s host. The show’s headliner is Feel Woods. $15-$20. http://bit.ly/2JsraMp. Redwood Symphony’s Fall Concert: 8 p.m. Nov. 17, Main Theater, Canada College, 4200 Farm Hill Blvd., Redwood City. Featuring Haydn’s “Drumroll” and Mahler’s “Song of the Earth”. $10-$30. http://bit.ly/2OYB0vr. Volti & Left Coast Premieres – The Tower and the Garden: 7:30 p.m. Nov. 18, Hillside Club, 2286 Cedar St., Berkeley and Nov. 19, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 50 Oak St., San Francisco. A concert featuring three premieres, including Gregory Spears’ setting of texts by Thomas Merton, and new works from Laurie San Martin and Addie Camsuzou. $18-$35. www.leftcoastensemble.org/tickets..
TedxOakland 2018 – From I to We: Nov. 18, Tortona Big Top, 1911 Telegraph Ave., Oakland. A day of entertainment, art, presentations and discussions that will inspire curiosity and spark new ideas. $100. http://tedxoakland.org. Comedy Oakland – The (Not So) Late Show: 9:30-11 p.m. Nov. 24, Spice Monkey Restaurant and Bar, 1628 Webster St., Oakland. Featuring up-and-coming comedians alongside industry pros. $15-$18. https://bit.ly/2yw4hDD. Pacific Chamber Orchestra – Handel’s Messiah: 3 p.m. Nov pink ballet slippers. 25, Bankhead Theatre, 2400 First St., Livermore. Featuring soprano Hope Briggs, mezzo-soprano Silvie Jensen, tenor Christopher Bengochea, baritone Eugene Brancoveanu and the Pacific Chamber Orchestra Chorus. $10-$59. www.pacificchamberorchestra.org..
42nd Street Moon’s Production of Dames at Sea: Nov. 28-Dec. 16, Gateway Theatre, 215 Jackson St., San Francisco. A funny, romantic comedy for all ages. $30-$75. www.42ndstmoon.org. Great Expectations: Nov. 29-Dec pink ballet slippers. 16, Town Hall Theatre Company, 3535 School St., Lafayette. An adventure-packed adaptation of the classic Dickens’ coming-of-age story by Gale Childs Daly. $18-$30. www.townhalltheatre.com. Uptown Holiday Swing: Nov. 30-Dec. 16, Tabard Theatre, 29 N San Pedro St., San Jose. A celebration of the sounds of swing, holiday cheer and your favorite melodies. $38-$48. www.tabardtheatre.org/box-office/tickets/..
Circus Bella Presents – Kaleidoscope: Nov. 30-Jan. 6, Treasure Island, San Francisco. Showcasing aerialists, acrobats, jugglers, high-wire artists, family foot jugglers, clowns and more. $39-$150. www.circusbella.org/kaleidoscope. Arcadia: Nov. 30-Jan. 6, Ashby Stage, 1901 Ashby Ave., Berkeley. Set on a country estate between 1809 and the present-day, Arcadia explores mathematics, landscape gardening, Byron and the undeniable power of the human heart. $7-$52. https://shotgunplayers.org/. San Jose State University Jazz Orchestra – Cool Yule: 7:30 p.m. Dec. 4, Hammer Theatre Center, 101 Paseo De San Antonio, San Jose. Featuring festive and familiar sounds of Bing Crosby, Vince Guaraldi, Frank Sinatra and more pink ballet slippers. $13-$21. www.hammertheatre.com..
In San Jose, walking may still be considered a form of protest, but in most places around the globe, it’s the most common way to get around. The San Jose Museum of Art’s newest exhibition, “Other Walks, Other Lines,” showcases an international slate of artists who examine not only where we walk, but how and why. The museum has been venturing into presenting more work outside its downtown building and Executive Director S. Sayre Batton says this show about immigration, protest and accessibility is perfect for a museum pondering what it means to be a borderless institution in San Jose. “SJMA strives to work across cultural boundaries and to be a cultural hub for the community,” she said pink ballet slippers.