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 Post subject: Radacadabra!
PostPosted: Fri Jul 19, 2002 1:45 am 
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Image <P>Press Release:<P><B>Radacadabra!</B><P>The Royal Academy of Dance launches a new website for children<P>The Royal Academy of Dance has launched a magical new website for<BR>dance-mad children aged five to ten. Designed to give an insight into<BR>all aspects of the dance world, <A HREF="http://www.radacadabra.org" TARGET=_blank>www.radacadabra.org</A> is modelled on a<BR>real-life theatre and young visitors can explore the dressing rooms,<BR>rehearsal studio, green room, stage, auditorium and foyer. Activities<BR>include learning the plot of The Nutcracker and dressing a virtual<BR>dancer ready for the evening?s performance. Kids can also send<BR>questions to the site?s resident Agony Aunt, learn the ABC the RAD way,<BR>enter competitions, download screensavers and send greeting cards to<BR>their friends. Well worth a look for the budding ballet stars of the<BR>future!<P><A HREF="http://www.radacabra.org" TARGET=_blank><B>Click here for Radacadabra!</B></A><BR><p>[This message has been edited by Stuart Sweeney (edited July 19, 2002).]


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