The Royal Academy of Dance Genée 2016 fundraising auction

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Established in 1920, the RAD is one of the world’s most influential dance education organisations. Our exams set standards in classical ballet and we are a global leader in Continuing Professional Development for dance.

The RAD is the professional membership organisation for dance teachers. We have over 8,000 teaching members that we support through providing syllabi, training, resources, and professional development. Our teachers enter more students for exams than any other dance organisation.

We also bring the benefits of dance into communities with the support of donors, corporate fundraising, trusts and foundations. These enable us to develop and deliver activities to a wide range of patrons, from children with Special Educational Needs to adults in residential homes, and to offer a range of student bursaries.  

Proceeds from this fundraising auction will support the Genée International Ballet Competition 2016, with the final taking place on December 11th at the Sydney Opera House.


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Lot 1
£ 110
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VIP Genée 2016 experience - Sydney Opera House
Lot 2
£ 100
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All-access pass to En Avant conference, Toronto
Lot 3
£ 35
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Strictly's Jay and Aliona signed RAD t-shirt
Lot 4
£ 35
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Strictly's Jay and Aliona signed RAD t-shirt
Lot 8
£ 50
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Steven McRae - Genée signed banner
Lot 5
£ 95
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Overnight stay - Copthorne Tara, London Kensington
Lot 6
£ 25
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Pair of MOVE IT tickets (March 2016, Excel Centre)
Lot 7
£ 35
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Kiehls luxury product gift bag
Lot 9
£ 30
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2 tickets for Step LIVE! 2016 + two hoodies
Lot 10
£ 55
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Darcey Bussell : A Life in Pictures signed book
Lot 11
£ 45
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Jessie J signed TOPSHOP pumps, photo + postcard
Lot 12
£ 26
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McFly signed ‘Shine A Light’ t shirt
Lot 13
£ 30
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McFly signed pink hoodie
Lot 15
£ 12
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Barbie Ballerina gift bag
Lot 14
£ 14
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Royal Academy of Dance towel bundle
Lot 16
£ 50
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Francesca Hayward - Genée signed banner
Lot 19
£ 7
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Barbie in the Pink Shoes DVD and charm bracelet
Lot 17
£ 10
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Exclusive GBL Wilson photograph greeting cards
Lot 18
£ 35
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Luxury Christmas hamper
Lot 20
£ 45
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Darcey Bussell : A Life in Pictures signed book
Lot 21
£ 45
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Darcey Bussell : A Life in Pictures signed book
Lot 22
£ 60
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Ettinger London luxury leather card holder
Lot 23
£ 45
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Darcey Bussell : A Life in Pictures signed book
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Darcey Bussell : A Life in Pictures signed book
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