The 39th Gulgong Prince of Wales Eisteddfod 2019
Art of Speech & Drama
23 May 2019 to 27 May 2019
(To be confirmed after receipt of Entries and Programming has been finalised)
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THE 39thGULGONG

PRINCE OF WALES

EISTEDDFOD

2019

SYLLABUS

 

 

 

PROPOSED DATES SUBJECT TO NUMBER OF ENTRANTS

 

 

DANCE:

Sun 5th May 2019 (Group Day)

 

 

Mon 6th May – Sat 11th May 2019 (Solos)

SPEECH:

Thurs 23rd May 2019 (Schools Day 1)

 

Fri 24th May 2019 (Schools Day 2)

                      

 

Fri 24th May – Mon 27th May 2019 (Solos)

MUSIC:   

Wed 29th May – Thurs 30th May 2019 (Solos)

                    

Fri 31st May 2019 (Schools Day)

 

 

GALA CONCERT Friday 31st May 2019 ~ 7pm

 

 

 

MORE ABOUT US

 

Each May Gulgong hosts the Gulgong Prince of Wales Eisteddfod. Gulgong is a New South Wales gold rush town which is located approximately 300km North West of Sydney and 30km from Mudgee.

 

Today Gulgong is a small town rich with history and with a population of around 2,000 people. It is a popular tourist destination which boasts a rich culture of music and annual community events like the Henry Lawson Festival and our own Gulgong Prince of Wales Eisteddfod.

 

The Gulgong Prince of Wales Eisteddfod was started by Gulgong Musical and Dramatic Society (MADS) in 1980. Gulgong MADS are an active performing group who work together to maintain the historical Prince of Wales Opera House located in Mayne Street Gulgong.  

 

Gulgong MADS developed the Eisteddfod as a suitable event to be held in their beautiful, historic Gulgong Prince of Wales Opera House.

 

Over the decades, The Gulgong Prince of Wales Eisteddfod has expanded and become an important cultural event for Gulgong and the Central West. The Eisteddfod has grown so much it is now held at two locations The Gulgong Prince of Wales Opera House and the Gulgong Memorial Hall.

 

The Gulgong Prince of Wales Eisteddfod is a subsidiary of Gulgong MADS. Our main aim is to raise funds for the continuing restoration of the Prince of Wales Opera House.

 

Known as the friendly Eisteddfod which kicks off the Eisteddfod season each year in our region, The Gulgong Prince of Wales Eisteddfod gives local children and those in our rural community an opportunity to showcase their talents in a range of creative arts.

 

Local schools and those across the Mid-Western Region also participate in a range of classes within the syllabus. On average, we have twelve schools participate in our Eisteddfod each year across dance, speech and music.

 

The Gulgong Prince of Wales Eisteddfod is run by a sub-committee with Gulgong MADS continued support. The Eisteddfod committee would like to thank Gulgong MADS for supporting this annual showcase of young talent.


THE GULGONG PRINCE OF WALES

EISTEDDFOD COMMITTEE PRESENTS

THE 39th EISTEDDFOD 2019

at

THE PRINCE OF WALES OPERA HOUSE

Mayne Street, Gulgong

&

THE GULGONG MEMORIAL HALL

Herbert Street, Gulgong

 

www.gulgongeisteddfod.com

 

gulgongeist@hotmail.com

 

www.facebook.com/gulgongeisteddfod

 

PATRON Mrs Edyth Lewis

 

GULGONG PRINCE OF WALES EISTEDDFOD COMMITTEE

 

Patricia Rowles, Gerald Rowles, Bill Larner, Louise Butlin, Peta Stanford, Nicole Purcell, Rhonda Watt, Nicole Nicholson, Jayne Lills, Cherie Bolland, Ray Thackeray, Gay Lee and Robyn Morrissey.

 

CONVENORS

 

Dance  

 

Peta Stanford   0407 418 955

Speech

 

Louise Butlin   0423 725 311  

Music  

 

Rhonda Watt   0457 741 342

 

ADJUDICATORS

 

 

 

Dance  

 

Miss Sophie McKie  

Speech

 

Ms Rachel Brennan  

Music  

 

Mr Phillip Sketchley OAM

 

ENTRIES CLOSE

 

DANCE - SUNDAY 31st March 2019, 11:59pm

SPEECH - SUNDAY 31st March 2019, 11:59 pm MUSIC - SUNDAY 31st March 2019, 11:59 pm

 

NOTE: Late entries will not be accepted unless approved by the convenor of that section. Late fees will apply.

 

ENTRY FEES & PRIZES FOR ALL SECTIONS

 

Except where otherwise stated, fees & prizes for the Eisteddfod are:

 

ALL SOLO CLASSES

SECTION ENTRY FIRST SECOND / THIRD, HC

  1. yrs & under $6.00          Medal, Certificate Certificates
  2. yrs & over $8.00           $15, Certificate              $10/ $5, Certificates

Open $8.00           $20, Certificate              $15/ $10, Certificates

 

DUET, DUO & TRIO CLASSES

SECTION ENTRY FIRST SECOND / THIRD, HC

  1. yrs & under $7.00          Medals, Certificates Certificates
  2. yrs & over $8.00           $24.00, Certificates   $18/$12, Certificates

Open $9.00           $30.00, Certificates          $24/$18, Certificates

 

ALL OTHER GROUP CLASSES  

  ENTRY FIRST SECOND / THIRD, HC

  $10.00         Certificates Certificates

 

SCHOLARSHIPS  

  ENTRY

  $12.00         Junior - $150 Senior - $300

 

CHAMPIONSHIPS & MUSIC GRADES  

Please see classes for entry fees and prizes.

 

MAJOR & SPECIAL PRIZES - SEE THE BEGINNING OF EACH SECTION

If a first prize winner in a 13yrs and over section wishes, they may purchase a medal for $6.



APPROXIMATE TIMETABLE FOR 2019 EISTEDDFOD

 

This timetable will be followed as closely as possible but is offered as a guide only - it may be subject to change as the Committee deems appropriate & according to number of entries received.

 

DANCE:   Will commence Sunday 5th May 2019 with Group Day followed by   solos/duos Monday 6th May – Saturday 11th May. Championships   may be held on Friday 10th May or Saturday 11th May 2019.

 

SPEECH: Will commence Thursday 23rd May & Friday 24th May 2019 with   Schools Days followed by solos/duos Friday 24th May – Monday   27th May 2019.  

 

MUSIC:   Will commence Wednesday 29th May – Thursday 30th May 2019.   Concluding with Schools Day Friday 31st May 2019.

 

GALA CONCERT:  Friday Evening 31st May 2019 from 7pm.

 

 

 

PLEASE NOTE: Confirmation of entries will not be sent out prior to the start of competition.  All necessary information is contained in the programmes, available on our official website www.gulgongeisteddfod.com at the end of April for Dance and early May for Speech and Music. Hard copies will be posted if pre-paid with competition entry, at a cost of $10.00 (includes postage and handling) per section (Dance, Speech or Music).

 

Programmes will also be available in person at a cost of $7.00 for dance, $5 for speech and Music at the door or Gulgong Dispensary and Gulgong Timber and Hardware.

 

Copies of the rules are in the 2019 Syllabus and will not be reprinted in the programmes.  

 

Copies of the 2019 Syllabus and the Entry Form are available on our official website www.gulgongeisteddfod.com from February 2019.

 

Preferred entry is via http://www.stardom.com.au. Our 2019 Syllabus can also be accessed on our website. Keep an eye on our facebook page to find out when entries open.

ADMISSION

 

Single Session

Adult

$  5.00

Senior

$3.00

Day Pass

Adult

$10.00

Senior

$5.00

Dance Group Day

Adult

$10.00

Senior

$5.00

Weekly Ticket

 

$30.00  

 

 

Gala Concert

Adult

$10.00

Senior

$5.00

 

Teacher’s Pass will be provided. Children 18 & Under are free to all sessions.

Ticket sales at the door only.  Bookings cannot be taken.

 

School Shields and Perpetual Trophies are retained by the Committee and are held at the Opera House. Winners will be given a replica shield/trophy to keep.

 

ACCOMMODATION IN GULGONG

 

Goldfields Motor Inn

02 6374 1111

Ten Dollar Town Motel

02 6374 1204

Gulgong Motel

02 6374 2259

Gulgong B & B

0458 487 706

Owl Head Lodge Cottages  

02 6374 2744 BH

Gulgong Tourist Park

02 6374 1294

Commercial Hotel

02 6374 1206

Prince of Wales Hotel/Motel  

02 6374 1166

Post Office Hotel

02 6374 1031

Centennial Hotel Motel

02 6374 1241

Telegraph Station

0439 928 524

For more information go to http://visitgulgong.com.au

 

RULES GOVERNING COMPETITION

 

Failure to comply with any of the following rules and conditions may involve disqualification and withholding of prizes. The decision of the Committee in all questions of dispute arising out of, or not provided for by, these Rules and Conditions shall be final.  All entries are received subject to this decision, which shall not be subject to any appeals by law, as such could be contrary to the spirit of friendly competition upon which the Eisteddfod is based.

 

Bad language and bad sportsmanship by entrants, their relatives or friends will not be tolerated and offenders will be asked to leave the venue. Entrants related to or associated with offenders may be disqualified.  

 

  1. Venues - Music and Speech sections will be held at the Prince of Wales Opera House, Mayne Street, Gulgong. Choral verse, singing choirs and some instrumental groups will be held at the Memorial Hall, Herbert Street, Gulgong.  All of the Dance section will be held at the Memorial Hall, Herbert Street, Gulgong.
  2. Amateurs - All competitions are intended for amateurs only, except for those listed in the syllabus as being open to professionals as well. Where group classes are open to professionals, no more than 50% of the group may be professionals.  An amateur is one who does not, or has not, obtained his or her living by performing or teaching that branch which is subject to competition.
  3. Entries - Close on the closing dates and times listed. Competitors should enter online at http://www.stardom.com.au (preferred) or may complete an entry form as in previous years. Hardcopy entry forms are to be posted to The Secretary, Gulgong Prince of Wales Eisteddfod, PO Box 293, Gulgong, 2852. An

Administration Fee of $5.00 will apply to each invoice issued from Stardom. As all entries, will be processed through Stardom, written entries will also incur this Administration Fee. Written entries must be on the Entry Form provided (or a copy of the form) and accompanied by the full fee, including administration fee, plus programme cost, payable by cheque or money order to the Gulgong Eisteddfod. Entry fees are to be paid for within 5 days of closing date or entries will be deleted. Programmes will not be released till entry fees are paid in full. No phone, fax or e-mail entries will be accepted.  No entry will be accepted from any person who is or was, during the six months preceding the end of the Eisteddfod, taught or coached by the Adjudicator for that Section. A breach of this rule will result in disqualification. All paper entries must be signed by a parent, guardian or teacher over the age of 18 years accepting all the rules and regulations as stated in this Syllabus. Entry fees will not be refunded after the relevant closing date.

  1. Cancellations / Alterations - The Committee reserves the right to cancel a class if there are fewer than three entries or to combine it with the next age group.  Prize money in any class may be lowered or not awarded if there are fewer than 4 entries or if the standard of performance is not adequate. The number of places awarded in a class may also be reduced according to the number of entrants.  The Committee has the right to amend the programme at any time, to appoint a substitute adjudicator, to divide or couple any class or award, and/or to alter competition times.
  2. Prizes - Senior prizes and all Championships will be awarded on the following scale:
    One to three entries in class              1st prize
    Four to five entries                  1
    st & 2nd prize
    Six or more entries      1st, 2nd & 3rd prize

Where classes are combined, the prizes given are those applicable for the class of the oldest contestant or highest grade. If one competitor is the sole competitor in a number of classes, a certificate may be the only prize awarded.

  1. Entrants - Must make themselves available for the full session (morning, afternoon or night) to allow for any necessary changes. Entrants must be ready to perform at least 15 minutes before class entered is due to commence.  Entrants requiring costume changes between consecutive classes are exempt from this rule.
  2. Order of Competition - Competitors shall compete in the order in which their names appear on the official programme, subject to any variation the Committee may deem necessary. In exceptional circumstances, out of class performance may be permitted, at the discretion of the convenor and the adjudicator. The competitor will be ineligible for a place or prize, but may receive an adjudication report.   
  3. Upon Arrival - ALL competitors (including those in improvisation, mime, sight reading etc.) must report to the session clerk on arrival and hand in relevant Dance CDs or Speech or Music Adjudicator copies.  Copies of Music or Speech items are also to be handed in where numerous competitors are playing from the same book. Also, see Rules 31 & 41.
  4. Age / Grade Limit - The competitor’s age or grade level is recognized as at the 1st May each year.  Date of birth/grade level (which is currently being studied) must be stated on the entry form where age/grade limits apply.  Where competitors of different ages compete in duets or groups, the age limit for entry to that class will be based on the age of the oldest competitor.  The Committee reserves the right to call upon any competitor or their teacher to furnish at the competitor’s own expense, proof of age, and to withhold any prizes until such proof has been obtained.
  5. Open - Means there is no age restriction, except where noted.
  6. Restricted - Speech: “Restricted” means not having won a first place in any Speech Class at any eisteddfod in the previous two years up until the closing date of entries.

Music: “Restricted” means not having won a first place in that discipline at any eisteddfod in the previous two years up until the closing date of entries.
Dance:
“Restricted” means not having won a first place in that dance style at any eisteddfod or dance festival in the previous two years up until the closing date of entries. A restricted dancer may only compete in a restricted section only. If a restricted dancer chooses to enter an open section, they forfeit the opportunity to dance in the restricted section for that class ie a restricted dancer can only dance in either open or restricted for a particular class not both.

  1. Item Choice - Competitors in Music and Speech must hand to the session clerk a copy of the piece to be performed (sheet music for music section), for the Adjudicator.  Competitors may be disqualified if they do not comply with this rule.   

Clearly mark copy with class number, competitor number and the title if applicable.  Must be on A4 paper.  Do not write your name.  Entry slips will not be sent out.  The committee accepts no responsibility for loss of papers.  It is the responsibility of the competitor to collect original music and reports at the conclusion of the session.  Photocopies will not be returned.

  1. Adjudicators - The Adjudicators reserve the right to terminate a performance at any stage. The Adjudicator’s decision is final unless a protest is lodged under Rule 19, in which case the Committee’s decision is final.  The Adjudicator also reserves the right to vary the allocation of prizes within a class, or if a satisfactory standard not be reached, to reduce or withdraw prizes. No competitor, teacher, parent or relative of a competitor may approach the adjudicator.  Any communication must be through the Session Convenor.  
  2. Adjudicators’ Reports - These will be available free of charge after the final adjudication of the class, and may be obtained from the session clerk.  They will not be forwarded afterwards. Group reports to be collected by a teacher, not an entrant or parent without permission.
  3. Prompting - No prompting or assistance of any kind may be given to any competitor, except from the Adjudicator.  This includes adult conductors singing/speaking with children’s choirs.  Special Needs groups are exempt.  No teacher or parent shall be allowed on the stage area with a competitor, other than a conductor or accompanist during a performance (Special Needs group exempt). Disregarding this rule will result in disqualification of the competitor.
  4. Rehearsals - Once a section has commenced, no rehearsals may be held in the Prince of Wales Opera House or the Memorial Hall. A rehearsal is defined as any form of conducted performance, or planned performance, or any part of performance that exceeds one minute.  Bands are allowed one minute for tuning and sound check.  
  5. Duplication of items - No competitor may compete more than once in any solo class. No competitor may render the same item in more than one class, except where otherwise stated. No solo or duet competitor may render the same item with which he or she has won 1st prize in the Gulgong Prince of Wales Eisteddfod in the previous year. This rule does not apply to Dance.
  6. Minimum Props - Only those props required to enhance the performance are permitted. These must be able to be carried on stage by the competitor without extra assistance. Props must not obstruct passageways and must be removed from the backstage area as soon as possible after the performance. Before the commencement of the session, stage manager must be advised of the props stored backstage.  
  7. Protests - Any protests must be lodged verbally to the Session Convenor or the rostered Committee Member within ten minutes of the adjudicator’s decision.  A written explanation outlining the reasons for the protest must be submitted before the end of the Session, accompanied by a deposit of $20. The protest will be decided by an ad hoc Protest Committee of a minimum of three, comprising the Session Convenor and two or more Eisteddfod Committee members (whoever is willing or available at the time). Their decision will be final. Should the protest be upheld, the deposit will be refunded. Verbal grievances or complaints to individual committee members or eisteddfod workers are not in the spirit of Eisteddfod competition. They will not be tolerated and could lead to exclusion from any further participation in the Eisteddfod.
  8. Royalties - Entrants are responsible for any royalty payments.
  9. Admission - Competitors and accompanists will be admitted free to the hall only when they are actually competing during that session.
  10. Rules - Please read the rules carefully and check all entries as no alterations can be made once the programme has been printed.  We recommend you keep a copy of your entry to verify the details are correct.
  11. Private Video Recording and Photography - It is the policy of the Gulgong Prince of Wales Eisteddfod Committee that there is no private still photography or image recording of any performance, except by a parent in Speech and Music solo sections. The services of a photography company have been arranged and images and videos will be available for purchase for our Dance section.  
  12. Duets / Trios - If duets are to be accompanied, please specify on Adjudicator’s copy of music, which instrument is the accompaniment. The names of all competitors in duos and trios must be listed on the entry form.
  13. Scholarships - The scholarship is awarded by the Adjudicator to a competitor who displays the ability to further their studies in their chosen field. Scholarship monies are intended for this purpose. Age limit for junior scholarship is 12 years and under, senior scholarship 13 years and over. Competitors must compete in at least three contrasting solo classes to be eligible. They may nominate particular classes they wish to be considered for, or nominate one instrument if performing on two, for a music scholarship. A winner is ineligible to enter the same scholarship for the following year’s Eisteddfod.  A minimum of 8 entrants is required before a scholarship can be awarded at the Committee’s discretion. No additional performance is required in this class. It is based on the competitor’s performance throughout their section ie dance, music or speech.  
  14. Small School - For the purpose of this Eisteddfod a ‘small school’ is defined as up to 160 students.  
  15. Own Risk - All competitors perform at their own risk and the Gulgong Eisteddfod Committee is unable to accept any responsibility for performers, their equipment and/or personal belongings.
  16. Performance Standard - The Gulgong Eisteddfod aims for a high standard of dress, programme material and presentation. Adjudicators may take these aspects into account when making their decisions.
  17. Responsibility of Syllabus, Entry Form and Programme - While every care is taken in compiling the syllabus, entry form and programmes, the Committee will not be responsible for any omissions, alterations or errors that may occur.  The entrant is responsible for ensuring their entry form is correct.
  18. Acceptance of Rules & Conditions - All entries are received according to the conditions and rules of the Gulgong Eisteddfod Committee as stated above.    
  19. Copyright Requirements - The Law of Copyright applies to all sections of the Eisteddfod – Dance, Speech and Music.  It is the responsibility of each competitor, teacher & school to adhere to the Act. Competitors are responsible for all royalty and copyright payments and liabilities (if any). Any music copied from copyright is the responsibility of the competitor and not the Eisteddfod.
    Speech (Art of Speech and Drama) Section – Original poetry etc must be used for performance.  If out of print a licensed stamped copy may be used. The adjudicator is to be given an original or copy of the poem etc.  All unauthorised copies will be destroyed at the conclusion of the session.
    Music (Instrumental and Vocal) Section
    – All competitors are to use original or a licensed copy of their music. A form will be supplied by the music committee for competitors to fill out, in order to cover the requirements of APRA copyright regulations. Alternatively, competitors may download a form at: http://apraamcos.com.au/media/5685/educational-licensing-copyright-declarationform.pdf. All photocopies will be destroyed at the conclusion of the session.
  1. Accompaniment - There will be no official accompanist, however individual competitors may provide their own. Phone the music convenor for assistance with accompanists. The accompaniment must be of a different instrument family. Recorded accompaniment will be accepted (CD).
  2. Performance Etiquette - Good sportsmanship is expected from all competitors and audience at all times. There must be no applause, whistling, stamping of feet etc. before or during a performance. Applause and encouragement are to be reserved for the end of a performance.
  3. Gala Concert Selection – The committee selects competitors to perform at the Gala Concert at their own discretion with preference given to local performers.

 

ADDITIONAL RULES & REGULATIONS FOR DANCE

 

NOTE: Adjudicators now have the power to stop a dance performance if the lyrics, dress or choreography are considered inappropriate, or dance practice is not safe.

 

The stage area will be covered with Tarkett dance floor.  No resin or glitter is permitted.

 

Professional dancers may only enter solo classes specified as open to professionals.  

 

Dancers who have completed their secondary schooling (finished Year 12) and/or are 19 years and over are required to enter open classes.

 

  1. Championships - To compete in a Championship no routine already performed in this year’s Eisteddfod may be repeated and the competitor must have danced in the following classes:

Tap Championship - Tap Improvisation plus one other tap solo class  (Tap Solo, Fast or Slow/Waltz Tap, Song & Dance Tap).

Classical Championship - Classical Improvisation plus one other classical solo class (Classical, Demi-Character, National Character).

Jazz Championship - Jazz Improvisation plus another Jazz Solo class.

Modern/Contemporary Championship - Modern Improvisation or

Contemporary Improvisation plus one other Modern or Contemporary solo class (Modern Solo, Contemporary Solo).  

  1. Improvisations - All classes are to be danced in leotards and tights (stockings) only.  Music will be chosen by the Adjudicator. Demi-Character Improvisations are 1.5 minutes long. Other Improvisations 1 minute.
  2. Spraying and Resin - The spraying of shoes and the use of resin in the dressing rooms will lead to disqualification.  Please leave rooms tidy at all times.  No tap shoes to be worn in the hall unless covered.
  3. Time Limits - Competitors must comply with the times stated.

Minimum time for a Solo: 1.5 minutes. Maximum time limits: Restricted Solos:  2.5 minutes; Unrestricted Solo: 3 minutes; Duo/Trio: 3 minutes; Groups: 5 minutes. Own Choreography Group Min 2.5 minutes - Max 5 minutes. In case of non-compliance, adjudication will be at the discretion of the adjudicator.            

  1. No Accompanist - There will be no accompanist available for the dance sections, so competitors must provide their own CDs.  A CD deck and operator will be provided by the Eisteddfod Committee but competitors must ensure their CDs are clear, audible and of a satisfactory standard for the Adjudicator.  All CDs must be clearly marked with the competitor’s number and class number.  National Character and Demi-Character must have the name of character written on the CD. No other person may approach, interfere with, or operate the official equipment used by the Eisteddfod Committee.  The Adjudicator reserves the right to downgrade or disqualify any competitor who does not comply with our rules and regulations.
  1. CDs - must be handed to the Session Clerk at the beginning of the session. All requests regarding the playing of CDs are to be made through the Session Clerk.  Each dance should be at the beginning of a separate CD.  It is the responsibility of all entrants to have a duplicate CD available at the performance, to be used in the event of a CD malfunction.
  2. Entries - The names of all competitors in duos and trios must be listed on the entry form.
  3. Private Video Recording and Photography - It is the policy of the Gulgong Prince of Wales Eisteddfod Committee that there is no private still photography or image recording of any performances. The services of a photography company have been obtained. Videos and images will be available for purchase. Videos will need to be preordered. Visit our website for more information. Details will also be shared on facebook and included in the Dance programme.
  1. Prompting - This is not permitted, except in the Baby Dance and Special Needs classes.  No teachers or parents to remain backstage or in the wings, except in the Baby Dance and Special Needs classes.  
  2. Tags - There are to be no ‘tags’ on dance performances. At the completion of the item, dancers are to bow and exit the stage.
  3. Curtains - will remain open at all times.  Students are expected to know how to place themselves on stage.
  4. Re-runs - A ‘run-off’ will not be eligible for a placing or a prize, nor will a re-run (if allowed). The entrant may receive adjudications.
  5. Stockings - Stockings/tights are to be worn by all female dancers in all sections for solo and group performances. Failure to do so will lead to disqualification.

 

Please Support our Eisteddfod in 2019?

 

All our sponsors will be printed on the back cover of our  2019 Programmes for Dance, Music & Speech.  

 

Your business will receive great coverage throughout the Mid-Western Region & beyond!  

 

It will also be displayed online.

 

 

Last year over 6,000 people were engaged in our Eisteddfod and we are growing each year. That is great advertising in exchange for a donation towards a local community event.

 

 

For more information email:

gulgongeist@hotmail.com  

 

Or pop into the Gulgong Timberyard  

& speak with Gerald, Pat or Louise today!

 

Please register your interest by Friday 5 April 2019.  

To reserve your business’ place on our programme cover!

 

Do you have a spare couple of hours, a day or more that you would like to be part of our amazing team of volunteers that make the magic happen?

 

We have many roles available to suit all skills and ages. Pop into the

Timberyard and speak with Pat, Gerald or Louise to learn more about how you can become involved. Alternatively email us at gulgongeist@hotmail.com.   

We would love to hear from you!


BJ’s Mobile Photography

will be offering

DVD footage of performances

at

Gulgong Eisteddfod 2019

If you would like to purchase a DVD of your child’s performance/s you are required to fill out the below form and email to bjkj1969@bigpond.net.au BEFORE

Midnight, Friday, 4th May, 2019.

(You will receive a reply email, acknowledging receipt of your Order)

Pricing - $25 for first Performance,  

$10 - each performance listed thereafter

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _  

Name: ___________________________________________________________________
Postal Address: ___________________________________________________________
Postcode: ________________ Mobile No: _____________________________________

Payment: Credit Card  _ _ _ _   _ _ _ _   _ _ _ _   _ _ _ _   Exp __ /__    CVV _ _ _

 

Dance Number

(listed in Program)

Name of Child (listed in Program)

 

Price

 

 

$25

 

 

$10

 

 

$10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

  $



DANCE GROUP DAY HOUSE RULES  

 

Here are the house rules for to help things run smoothly on dance group day and throughout our dance solo’s week. These guidelines have been created to help make it enjoyable for all, and we ask that everyone consider the following points.

 

  • No entry is permitted into the hall whilst the music is playing.
  • Please have entry payment ready when in line to assist with prompt payment as you enter to help the queue keep moving.
  • No prams inside the hall.  
  • Please nurse children under 5 to assist with more seating for adults.
  • It is preferred audience members be seated to watch performances if there are vacant chairs. This is to limit the amount of people standing, to optimise viewing for all and to prevent distractions for performers.
  • No standing in walkways or in front of clerk’s desk.
  • No movement is permitted within the hall when performers are on stage. Please show the performers the respect they deserve and assist them in giving their best performance by not distracting them.
  • Movement is permitted in the hall between songs/performances.
  • No photography or videoing permitted of performances. Doing so may result in disqualification of the dancer involved.
  • BJ’s mobile photography is taking photos and they are available for purchase at the back of the hall during dance week. Please view and purchase the photos taken for groups and solos during the sessions Monday – Saturday. They will not be available to purchase or view online after the Eisteddfod.
  • BJ is also doing videos this year! These need to be pre ordered per the requirements on the order form attached in the syllabus.
  • Do NOT photograph the photos displayed on BJ’s computers.  
  • Please respect our volunteers and members of the community at our event. No disrespectful behaviour especially threats or swearing will be tolerated. Breaches will lead to being asked to leave the venue and associated dance schools or dancers may be disqualified.
  • Please put rubbish in the bins provided. If they are full, please notify the clerk’s desk to be relined.  
  • If toilets need attention please notify clerk’s desk.
  • Please take care with hot food and beverages. Advise of any spillages or mess that needs attention to the clerk’s desk.  
  • Programmes will be available at the door or to download from our website to save onto your smart device or print on home computer.
  • If you have an issue or a question, please enquire at the clerk’s desk we are more than happy to be of assistance.

END OF DANCE SECTION

 

 SPEECH SECTION – THE ART OF SPEECH AND DRAMA

 

Before the Eisteddfod

  1. Please read all the General Rules of the Eisteddfod at the beginning of the syllabus. All the rules will not be reprinted in the programme. Please use the syllabus as your reference for rules.  
  2. All pieces must be performed from memory except for readings. Readings can be read. It is a reading if it is stated in the description of the heading of the class ie Prepared Prose Reading and Bible Reading.
  3. Material performed must be suitable for a family audience and should not include inappropriate themes or language. Adjudicator will disqualify performances with unsuitable material.
  4. For own choice poems or readings, please do not exceed 2 minutes for Juniors: 12 years & under and 3 minutes for Seniors: 13 Years and over unless otherwise specified. Entrants exceeding time or word limits by 20% or more will be disqualified.
  5. Schools will be required to email titles of their performance pieces to the Eisteddfod prior to schools day to assist with the smooth running of the programme. Please email a copy of all performance pieces in the order in which they will be performed clearly labelled item one & item two to gulgongeist@hotmail.com by Wednesday  15th May 2019. Hardcopies will need to be submitted on the day in A4 format labelled per point 2 below. It is recommended to staple or glue hardcopies inside a manila folder - item one on the left and item two on the right.
  6. Schools when emailing your performance pieces please include confirmation of the student numbers in each of your performances. These numbers assist us with applying for funding and reporting to funding partners.
  7. Withdrawals Schools Day: Should a school need to withdraw from the Eisteddfod after the programme has been released, please advise the Speech Convenor asap to assist with the adjustment of scheduling especially as the schools rely on buses for transport. This consideration will assist all involved and the smooth running of the day. During the Eisteddfod
  1. All competitors (schools & solo performers) MUST register and hand in a hardcopy of their script for the use of the Adjudicator. Soloists need to hand in their copies thirty minutes before their session begins to the Eisteddfod representative at the CLERKS DESK at the Opera House. Schools upon arrival to the Eisteddfod, present to the representative marshalling on the MEMORIAL HALL PORCH. Schools may wish to pass on all their scripts to school representatives arriving early in the session to submit all at once to assist with the smooth running of the day.

 

  1. No names are to be shown on the copy for the Adjudicator. All competitors (schools & solo performers) please include on the top of your Adjudicator copy:
    Competitor Number ie
    Competitor 2
    Section Number
    267
    Section Title
    Poem Written & Performed by Poet
    Title of Your Performance
    Aunt Sally

  1. The name of the piece only, not a copy for the Adjudicator is required for mime and can be submitted at the CLERKS DESK.
  2. You do not need to provide an Adjudicator copy for Look at a Picture Tell a Story, Sight Prose Reading, Public Speaking Impromptu and Radio Announcements.
  3. Time limits will be strictly enforced.
  4. All performances except Radio Announcements must commence in front of the curtain.
  5. Theatre etiquette is expected at all times. People may not disrupt, distract or in any way interfere with the performance of a competitor on stage. Please be especially mindful in the Opera House as due to the acoustics, the sounds in the foyer, backstage, toilets and hallway, are amplified.  
  6. There is to be no prompting by audience members (parents or teachers). The only person who is allowed to prompt is the Adjudicator. Prompting in any manner will lead to disqualification of the competitor.  
  7. In the event of rain or poor weather on schools day, the rain plan will be in place. Watch the Eisteddfod facebook page for further details. Emails will be sent to the contact email for your school. Schools are welcome to register a mobile phone number as a point of contact in such an event. Updates can be text to this number on the day. Eisteddfod volunteers will be available on the Memorial Hall porch to assist.
  8. The Adjudicator writes a report on each competitor’s performance. This report will be available to be collected from the CLERKS DESK. It is the competitor’s responsibility to collect their reports on the day of their performance. Their teacher is permitted to collect their reports on their behalf.  
  9. On schools day there is no private still photography or image recording of any performance. We ask that schools please inform their families of these rules. Teachers are permitted to take photographs in accordance with their school’s policies. These school approved images may be shared with the Eisteddfod committee for publicity purposes.
  10. A parent is permitted to take a photo of their child only in a solo performance of speech. Parents are welcome to share these images with the Eisteddfod committee for publicity purposes.
  11. To share school and parent approved images (with brief description) with the

Eisteddfod email gulgongeist@hotmail.com or text to Louise on 0423 725 311.

  1. Gala Concert performers are invited to perform at our Gala Concert at the discretion of the Committee with preference given to local performers.
  2. Suggestions for next year’s syllabus/programme can be forwarded to the Eisteddfod email gulgongeist@hotmail.com by 31st July for consideration for following Eisteddfod year.

 

SPEECH MAJOR PRIZES SCHOLARSHIP $300

 

CHAMPIONSHIPS

Junior (12 yrs & under):      Senior (13 yrs & over):      

1st Perpetual Trophy+ Certificate + $40 1st Perpetual Trophy+ Certificate + $70

2nd Trophy + Certificate + $30       2nd Trophy + Certificate + $50

3rd Trophy + Certificate + $20 3rd Trophy + Certificate + $30

 

Phil Crossley Memorial Henry Lawson Poetry Competition

Junior (12 yrs & under): Senior (13 yrs & over):      

Perpetual Trophy, Certificate + $80 Perpetual Trophy + Certificate + $120

 

Kay Tuckerman Memorial Best Verse Speaking Overall Award  

Perpetual Trophy, Certificate + $30

 

Best Art of Speech Overall

Perpetual Trophy, Certificate + $30

 

Encouragement Award for Performer who resides in the Mid-Western Region:   Trophy, Certificate + $100  

 

MOST PROMISING ART OF SPEECH PERFORMER

These selections are judged over two or more individual or duologue classes and are chosen by the Adjudicator.

  1. yrs & under Trophy, Certificate + $20 Encouragement Trophy, Certificate + $10
  2. & 8 yrs          Trophy, Certificate + $20 Encouragement Trophy, Certificate + $10

9 & 10 yrs Trophy, Certificate + $20 Encouragement Trophy, Certificate + $10

11 & 12 yrs Trophy, Certificate + $20 Encouragement Trophy, Certificate + $10

13 & 14 yrs      Trophy, Certificate + $40 Encouragement Trophy, Certificate + $20

 15 yrs & over Trophy, Certificate + $40 Encouragement Trophy, Certificate + $20

 

Best Australian Verse Trophy & Certificate

Best Bible Reading Trophy & Certificate

Best Australian Verse Trophy & Certificate Drama Daze Best Monologue Junior Perpetual Trophy + Certificate Drama Daze Best Monologue Senior Perpetual Trophy + Certificate

Drama Daze Best Duologue Junior Perpetual Trophy + Certificate Drama Daze Best Duologue Senior Perpetual Trophy + Certificate Best Dramatic Sketch or Short One Act Play Trophy & Certificate Best Choral Verse Speaking Infants       Perpetual Shield & Certificate

Note in the event of a high volume of entries this section may be split into Kindy & Yr 1.

Best Choral Verse Speaking Junior Primary      Perpetual Shield & Certificate Best Choral Verse Speaking Senior Primary Perpetual Shield & Certificate Best Choral Verse Speaking Small School Perpetual Shield & Certificate

For definition of “small school” see rule 26

MARIE & GRANTLEY STAHL IMPROMPTU PUBLIC SPEAKING AWARDS

Junior (12 years & under):     

Senior (13 years & over):      

1st Certificate + $15

1st Certificate + $25

2nd Certificate + $10

2nd Certificate + $15

3rd Certificate + $5

3rd Certificate + $10

 


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MUSIC SECTION – INSTRUMENTAL & VOCAL

MAJOR PRIZES SCHOLARSHIP $300

 

Roger Woodward Prize

Winner: Audience Selection:  

Perpetual Trophy + Certificate + $300 Perpetual Trophy + Certificate + $150

 

To be awarded to ‘the finest or most beautiful performance by an entrant of any age, vocal or instrumental’. Solo performers are selected by the Adjudicator throughout the Eisteddfod to perform in the playoff in the Gala Concert for this award.

 

The Frank Halloran Memorial Prize: Sonata-Concerto   

1st Perpetual Trophy, Certificate + $100  2nd Certificate + $50   3rd Certificate + $25

 

Encouragement Award for a Mid-Western Region Musician

Trophy + Certificate + $100

 

Zvi Booth Memorial Instrumental Championship    

1st Perpetual Trophy, Certificate + $50    2nd Certificate   3rd Certificate  

Gulgong Pensioners & Superannuants Instrumental Championship

(Excluding Piano)

1st Perpetual Trophy + Certificate + $50     2nd Certificate + $30 3rd Certificate + $20 The Mick Kelly Memorial Award

Perpetual Trophy, Certificate + $30

To be awarded for the best performance of a popular piece of music in any class in the Instrumental & Vocal Section of the Eisteddfod, selected by the Adjudicator.

 

PIANO

Rhonda Watt Piano Championship

1st Perpetual Trophy + Certificate + $50     2nd Certificate + $30 3rd Certificate + $20

 

Most Promising Pianist

These selections are judged over two or more solo or duet classes and are chosen by the Adjudicator.

12yrs & Under: Trophy, Certificate + $30 Two Encouragement Awards:  Trophy, Certificate + $10  

13yrs & over: Trophy, Certificate + $40 Encouragement: Trophy, Certificate + $20

 

Most Promising Instrumentalist (Includes Strings, Winds & Brass)

This selection is judged over two or more solo or duet classes and is chosen by the Adjudicator. If sufficient entries, an encouragement award will be awarded.

Winner: Trophy, Certificate + $40 Encouragement: Certificate + $10

 

INSTRUMENTAL GROUPS / DUETS

Best Recorder Group Perpetual Shield + Certificate

Best School Percussion Group Perpetual Shield + Certificate

Best Instrumental Group $30 + Certificate

Best Piano Duet $20 + Certificates

Best Instrumental Duet $20 + Certificates

 

VOCAL CHAMPIONSHIP

25 years & under

 

1st Perpetual Trophy + Certificate + $40     2nd Certificate + $20 3rd Certificate + $10

 

Most Promising Vocalist

This selection is made over two or more solo or duet classes and is chosen by the Adjudicator. If sufficient entries, an encouragement award will be awarded.

 

Winner: Trophy, Certificate + $40 Encouragement: Certificate + $10

 

 

 

 

Choir  

A shield and a certificate is given to the winner in each of the following categories Infants / Junior Primary / Senior Primary / Secondary / Small School / Sacred Music 12 years & under.

 

PLEASE NOTE

  1. All items own choice.
  2. All competitors to supply a copy of the sheet music for the Adjudicator, clearly marked with your class number and competitor number.  
  3. Time limit of 10 minutes maximum applies to all classes unless otherwise specified.

 

PIANO CLASSES

Pianists will perform on the Steinway Grand Piano.

Piano Solo - Baroque or Classical Period (approx. 1600 – 1820)

Entry Fee: 3rd Grade & under $6.00             4th Grade & above $7.00

Competitors must enter grade they are currently studying.  Please state grade on entry form. Prizes are awarded as for 13 years and over, from 4th Grade.

300. Preliminary & 1st Grade 301. 2nd & 3rd Grade     

302. 4th - 6th Grade    303. 7th Grade & over

 

Piano Solo - Age - Own Choice

304. 8 yrs & under

305. 9 & 10 yrs   

306. 11 & 12 yrs       

307. 13 - 15 yrs          

308. Open

 

 

Piano Solo - Beginners – Those currently at or below Preliminary Level One piece from a primer or tutor book 1 or 2, up to P Plate Piano 1, 2 or 3.

Accompaniment accepted (CD or an acoustic instrument including piano).

309. 10 yrs & under              310. 11 & 12 yrs     

 

Piano Solo - Grade - Own Choice – See also Class 390

Entry Fee: 5th Grade & under $6.00 6th Grade & above $7.00 Competitors must enter grade they are currently studying and perform a piece applicable to that grade. Please state grade on entry form. Prizes are awarded as for

13 years and over, from 6th Grade

311. Preliminary & 1st Grade 312. 2nd & 3rd Grade     

313. 4th - 5th Grade    314. 6th - 8th Grade  

 

Piano Solo - Popular  

E.g. Film & Entertainment themes, Jazz, Folk

315. 10 yrs & under              316. 11 & 12 yrs      317. 13 yrs & over

 

 

Piano Solo - Restricted See Rule 11

318. 10 yrs & under              319. 11 & 12 yrs      320. 13 yrs & over

 

Piano Duet

Class 323 is open to professionals as well as amateurs, see Rule 2.

321. 12yrs & under        322. 16yrs & under      323. Open   

 

RHONDA WATT PIANO CHAMPIONSHIP

Entry Fee: $7.00          

 

Competitors must be studying Grade 5 AMEB (or equivalent) or above and perform two contrasting pieces, one of which must be by an Australian composer.  One piece may have been played in another class. Time limit 12 minutes total.  Competitors must compete in at least two other non-championship solo piano classes.

 

324. Rhonda Watt Piano Championship

 

STRING CLASSES

These classes are suitable for the Violin, Viola, Cello, Harp and Double Bass. Competitors are encouraged to play with accompaniment where one has been written for the music. The accompaniment must be of a different instrument family.

 

String Solo - Own Choice See also classes 337-343

325. 12 yrs & under            326. 13 - 18 yrs

 

String Solo Baroque or Classical Period Approx. 1600 - 1820

Entry Fee: 3rd Grade & under $6.00         4th Grade & above $7.00  

Competitors must enter grade they are currently studying. Please state grade on entry form. Prizes are awarded as for 13 years and over, from 4th Grade.

327. 3rd Grade & below 328. 4th - 6th Grade 329. 7th Grade & over

       

GUITAR SOLO – Own Choice

330. 12 yrs & under            331. 13 yrs & over

 

WOODWIND / BRASS CLASSES (Including Recorder)

These classes are suitable for any woodwind or brass instrument and recorder. Competitors are encouraged to play with accompaniment where one has been written for the music. The accompaniment must be of a different instrument family. See also classes 337-343.

 

Woodwind (including Recorder) or Brass Solo - Own Choice

332. 10 yrs & under              333. 11 & 12 yrs      334. 13 yrs & over Woodwind (including Recorder) or Brass Solo Baroque or Classical

Approx. 1600 - 1820

Entry Fee: 3rd Grade & under $6.00         4th Grade & above $7.00  

Competitors must enter grade they are currently studying. Please state grade on entry form. Prizes are awarded as for 13 years and over, from 4th Grade.

335. 3rd Grade & below 336. 4th - 6th Grade 337. 7th Grade & over

 

INSTRUMENTAL SOLOS

Instrumental Solo - Any Instrument Except Piano - Grade - Own Choice

Entry Fee: 4th Grade & under $6.00             5th Grade & above $7.00   

Competitors must enter grade they are currently studying. Please state grade on entry form. Prizes are awarded as for 13 years and over, from 5th Grade. 338. Beginners - Those learning for less than 18 months.           

339. 2nd Grade & below 340. 3rd - 4th Grade   

341. 5th - 6th Grade          342. 7th Grade & above

 

Instrumental Solo -  Any Instrument Except Piano – Restricted See Rule 11

343. 12 yrs & under            344. 13 yrs & over  

 

Instrumental Solo - Any Instrument including Piano – Open

390. Open           

 

OWN COMPOSITION

The competitor is responsible for the presentation of work of their own composition. The class will be judged on the composition, as well as the performance. The work may be solo or group, accompanied or unaccompanied. A copy of the work must be sent with entry or handed to the Convenor at the beginning of the music section for the Adjudicator to peruse prior to running of the class.

345. 12 yrs & under max time limit 2 mins 346. 13-18 yrs max time limit 4 mins

 

INSTRUMENTAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

347. Zvi Booth Memorial Instrumental Championship

 

Entry Fee: $7.00           

 

Any Instrument. Two movements of a Sonata or Sonatina, or two pieces of a contrasting nature. One piece is allowed to have been played in another class. Competitors must be studying at Grade 3 to 5 AMEB standard.  Competitors must compete in at least two other non-championship solo classes on the same instrument.  Please state the instrument on which you will perform if you have entered classes on more than one instrument.

 

 

348. Frank Halloran Memorial Prize – Sonata-Concerto

 

Entry Fee: $9.00       

     

Any Instrument. Two or more contrasting movements of a Sonata, Sonatina or Concerto (excluding Piano Concerto). One piece is allowed to have been played in another class. Time limit 15 minutes. Performance piece not to be below Grade 5 AMEB standard.  Competitors must compete in at least two other non-championship solo classes on the same instrument.  Please state on what instrument you will perform if you have entered classes on more than one instrument.

 

349. Gulgong Pensioners & Superannuants Association          Instrumental Championship, excluding piano

Entry Fee: $7.00           

Entrants must be studying Grade 5 AMEB (or equivalent) or above and perform two contrasting pieces, one of which must be a 20th / 21st century composition of Grade 5 AMEB standard or above. One piece is allowed to have been played in another class. Time limit 12 minutes total.  Competitors must compete in at least two other non-championship solo classes on the same instrument. Please state on what instrument you will perform if you have entered classes on more than one instrument.

 

INSTRUMENTAL GROUPS & DUETS

This includes jazz bands, recorder, percussion and chamber music groups.

 

Please note:

  1. Open entries may be combined with other instruments if insufficient entries are received.
  2. Time limit 10 minutes, excluding setting up time. Maximum of two items, except where otherwise stated.  
  3. Open classes are open to professionals as well as amateurs. See Rule 2.
  4. If duets are to be accompanied, please specify on Adjudicator’s copy of music, the instrument which is the accompaniment.
  5. Groups are to bring their own equipment including music stands.
  6. Groups performing classical pieces which include a piano will be at the Opera House. School and other groups which do not include classical piano will be at the Memorial Hall. Please mark on your entry if you will be using the piano.

 

Instrumental Duet

Any two instruments. Voice may be one instrument. Duets may be accompanied. See Rule 25.

350. 12 yrs & under 351. 16yrs & under      352. Open (See note 3 above) Instrumental Group

Three or more players, any combination of predominately tunable instruments.

353. 12 yrs & under            354. Open (See note 3 above)

 

Recorder Group  

May include some percussion.

355. Infants 356. Junior Primary 357. Senior Primary    

 

INSTRUMENTAL GROUPS  

Instrumental Orchestra or Band

This includes rock bands. Maximum of 2 pieces. 10-minute time limit, excluding setting-up time.

358. Infants & Junior Primary 359. Primary 360. Open (See note 3 above)   

 

Percussion Group

Maximum of 2 pieces. Three or more players, any combination of predominately tunable instruments.

361. Infants 362. Primary    

 

Special Needs Group One piece only.

363. Primary & Secondary

 

VOCAL CLASSES

Please note:

  1. The use of microphones is not permitted, except in Popular and in Country & Western classes, but own equipment must be supplied.
  2. Make sure recorded backing tracks can be played on a standard CD player, or bring your own device which has adequate sound.
  3. Open ensemble and group classes are open to professionals as well as amateurs. See Rule 2. There are to be no vocals on backing tracks in any solo, ensemble or choir item.
  4. All choir items 10 - 60 voices.

 

VOCAL GROUPS which are to be held in the Memorial Hall. See rule 15.

Choir

Two contrasting songs. Can include harmony, songs sung together.

364. Infants 365. Junior Primary 366. Senior Primary

367. Small School (See Rule 26) 368. Secondary School Choir Harmony

Two or more harmony parts.  Rounds, canons and “songs sung together” are unacceptable.  One song only.          369. Primary

 

VOCAL GROUPS which are to be held at the Opera House

See Rule 15

 

Choir

Two contrasting songs.

370. Open

 

Sacred Group

Minimum four singers. One song only.

371. 12 yrs & under                      372. 18 yrs & under   

 

Sacred Group

Maximum of two songs      

373. Open  

 

Vocal Ensemble

2 to 8 singers. One song only.

374. 12 yrs & under       375. 18 yrs & under      376. Open   

 

VOCAL SOLOS – one song only. Competitors’ choices of songs will be taken into consideration when awarding places. Please choose age appropriate songs.

 

Character Song or Musical Theatre in Costume

377. 8 yrs & under (nursery song accepted) 378. 9-12yrs    379. 13yrs & over

 

Vocal Solo - Own Choice - not popular eg folk, AMEB Singing or Singing for Leisure syllabus

380. 12 yrs & under 381. 13-18yrs

 

Vocal Solo - Popular or Country & Western

382. Open

383. 12 yrs & under 384. 13-18yrs

 

Sacred Solo

385. Open

386. 12 yrs & under 387. 13-18yrs

388. Open

 

 

VOCAL CHAMPIONSHIP

 

Entry Fee: $9.00       

     

Two contrasting songs representing different types of music styles ie classical, jazz, musical theatre, popular. Competitors must have competed in at least two other solo/duet vocal classes. One song may have been sung in another class.       

   

389. Vocal Championship 25 yrs & under

 

MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP See Rule 25

 

Entry Fee: $12.00       

 

The Scholarship winner is selected by the Adjudicator based on all performances during the Music Section. No additional performance is required for this class.

 

390. Music Scholarship 18 yrs & under

 

END OF MUSIC SECTION

 

 

Thank You to Our Major Sponsors


 

Gulgong Prince of Wales Eisteddfod Gala Concert

 

To celebrate the end of our Eisteddfod come along to the Gulgong Prince of Wales Opera House to enjoy the

showcase of talent on display at our 2019 Gala Concert.

Highlight performances will be performed from  Dance, Speech & Music followed by the  Roger Woodward Playoff.  

 

Friday 31st May 2019 ~ 7pm

 

Tickets available at the Door

$10 Adults ~ $5 Seniors ~ Children Free



ALL ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY 31/03/2019 11:59:00 PM (AEST)
6 yrs & under
Class 200 Nursery Rhyme Solo     6 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

Your own choice in costume.

Sponsored by Guntawang Stud

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
15 yrs & over
Class 206 Verse Speaking Solo     15 yrs & over

Session: 24/05/2019 4:30 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

One piece of your own choice.

Sponsored by Gulgong Timber & Hardware

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
9 & 10 yrs
Class 208 Verse Speaking Restricted Solo     9 & 10 yrs

Session: 25/05/2019 1:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

See Rule 11. One piece of your own choice.

Sponsored by Flynns Solicitors, Mudgee

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
13 & 14 yrs
Class 210 Verse Speaking Restricted Solo     13 & 14 yrs

Time Limit: 03:00

See Rule 11. One piece of your own choice.

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
15 yrs & over
Class 211 Verse Speaking Restricted Solo     15 yrs & over

Time Limit: 03:00

See Rule 11. One piece of your own choice.

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
10 yrs & under
Class 225 Sight Prose Reading Solo     10 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 5:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Provided by the Adjudicator.

Sponsored by Gulgong Chamber of Commerce

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
11 & 12 yrs
Class 231 Prepared Prose Reading Solo     11 & 12 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

Own choice. 2 minutes MAX

Sponsored by CLUB Mudgee

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
13 & 14 yrs
Class 232 Prepared Prose Reading Solo     13 & 14 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 6:00 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Own choice. 3 minutes MAX

Sponsored by Flynns Solicitors, Mudgee

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
Senior - 13 yrs & over
Class 242 Public Speaking Impromptu Solo     Senior - 13 yrs & over

Session: 27/05/2019 8:30 AM    Time Limit: 03:00

Topic provided by Adjudicator. Palm cards allowed. Prep time 1 min. Performance time 2 min then 30 sec to finish off.

Sponsored by Gulgong Timber & Hardware

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
12 yrs & under
Class 267 Poem - written and performed by the poet Solo     12 yrs & under

Session: 26/05/2019 1:00 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Sponsored by Elizabeth Sills

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
Primary School
Class 274 Play Group     Primary School

Time Limit: 20:00

Own choice. Time limit 15 min, including setting up.

Entries Closed
Entry: $10.001st Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
Secondary School
Class 275 Play Group     Secondary School

Time Limit: 20:00

Own choice. Time limit 15 min, including setting up.

Entries Closed
Entry: $10.001st Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
Junior Primary School
Class 278 Choral Verse Speaking Group     Junior Primary School

Session: 24/05/2019 10:00 AM    Time Limit: 10:00

Two contrasting pieces. Total time 6 minutes. Maximum of 35 performers

Sponsored by Goldfields Motor Inn, Gulgong

Entries Closed
Entry: $10.001st Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
6 yrs & under
Class 201 Verse Speaking Solo     6 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

One piece of your own choice.

Sponsored by CLUB Mudgee

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
9 & 10 yrs
Class 203 Verse Speaking Solo     9 & 10 yrs

Session: 25/05/2019 1:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

One piece of your own choice.

Sponsored by Mid-Western Regional Council

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
15 yrs & over
Class 216 Humorous Verse Solo     15 yrs & over

Session: 24/05/2019 4:30 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Own choice.

Sponsored by Guntawang Stud

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
11 & 12 yrs
Class 226 Sight Prose Reading Solo     11 & 12 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

Provided by the Adjudicator.

Sponsored by Guntawang Stud

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
Class 249 Mime Solo     11 & 12 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 1:00 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Maximum time limit 2 min.

Sponsored by Aussie Country Catering, Gulgong

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
10 yrs & under
Class 258 Literary Duologue     10 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 5:30 PM    Time Limit: 05:00

Literary excerpt consisting of two characters from a play. Own choice. Min time 2 min, max time 5 min.

Sponsored by Gulgong Dispensary

Entries Closed
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13 yrs & over
Class 268 Poem - written and performed by the poet Solo     13 yrs & over

Session: 26/05/2019 6:00 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Sponsored by Guntawang Stud

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Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
Small Schools (Infants and Primary)
Class 280 Choral Verse Speaking Group     Small Schools (Infants and Primary)

Session: 24/05/2019 10:00 AM    Time Limit: 10:00

Two contrasting pieces. Total time 6 minutes. Maximum of 35 performers

Sponsored by Mid-Western Regional Council

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Entry: $10.001st Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
8 yrs & under
Class 207 Verse Speaking Restricted Solo     8 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

See Rule 11. One piece of your own choice.

Sponsored By Cobbs Bakery Cafe & Takeaway

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Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
9 & 10 yrs
Class 213 Humorous Verse Solo     9 & 10 yrs

Session: 25/05/2019 1:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Own choice.

Sponsored by Gulgong Timber & Hardware

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11 & 12 yrs
Class 219 Australian Verse Solo     11 & 12 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 03:00

Own choice. Time limit 3 minutes.

Sponsored by Goldfields Motor Inn, Gulgong

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13 & 14 yrs
Class 220 Australian Verse Solo     13 & 14 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 6:00 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Own choice. Time limit 3 minutes.

Sponsored by Guntawang Stud

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Junior - 12 yrs & under
Class 241 Public Speaking Impromptu Solo     Junior - 12 yrs & under

Session: 26/05/2019 1:00 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Topic provided by Adjudicator. Palm cards allowed. Prep time 1 min. Performance time 1 min then 30 sec to finish off.

Sponsored by Flynns Solicitors, Mudgee

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10 yrs & under
Class 253 Poem For Two     10 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 5:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Own choice. Maximum time 2 min.

Sponsored by Gulgong Golf Club

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Entry: $7.001st Medals, Certificates          2nd Certificates          3rd Certificates          HC Certificates          
13 yrs & over
Class 272 Senior: Phil Crossley Henry Lawson Poetry Competition Solo     13 yrs & over

Session: 27/05/2019 8:30 AM    Time Limit: 07:00

Own choice Henry Lawson poem. Must have performed in two other solo or duologue classes.

Sponsored by the Henry Lawson Society of NSW

Entries Closed
Entry: $9.001st Perpetual Trophy, Certificate + $120          
Senior Primary School
Class 279 Choral Verse Speaking Group     Senior Primary School

Session: 24/05/2019 10:00 AM    Time Limit: 10:00

Two contrasting pieces. Total time 6 minutes. Maximum of 35 performers

Sponsored by Gulgong Timber & Hardware

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Entry: $10.001st Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
7 & 8 yrs
Class 202 Verse Speaking Solo     7 & 8 yrs

Session: 25/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

One piece of your own choice.

Sponsored by Goldfields Motor Inn, Gulgong

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
9 & 10 yrs
Class 218 Australian Verse Solo     9 & 10 yrs

Session: 25/05/2019 5:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Own choice. Time limit 2 minutes.

Sponsored by Gulgong High School

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
11 & 12 yrs
Class 224 Look at a Picture & Tell a Story Solo     11 & 12 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

1 min to study a picture, 1 min to tell a story, bell will ring after 1 min, giving 30 sec to finish story.

Sponsored by Elizabeth Sills

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9 & 10 yrs
Class 230 Prepared Prose Reading Solo     9 & 10 yrs

Session: 25/05/2019 1:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Own choice. 2 minutes MAX

Sponsored by Elizabeth Sills

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
15 yrs & over
Class 233 Prepared Prose Reading Solo     15 yrs & over

Session: 24/05/2019 4:30 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Own choice. 3 minutes MAX

Sponsored by CLUB Mudgee

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
13 yrs & over
Class 237 Joshua 6:1 - 7 Solo     13 yrs & over

Session: 26/05/2019 6:00 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Must use set piece from the Good News Bible. Competitors are required to supply a copy of the reading to the Adjudicator.

Sponsored by Goldfields Motor Inn, Gulgong

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
12 yrs & under
Class 259 Literary Duologue     12 yrs & under

Session: 26/05/2019 1:00 PM    Time Limit: 05:00

Literary excerpt consisting of two characters from a play. Own choice. Min time 2 min, max time 5 min.

Sponsored by Gulgong Bowling & Sporting Club

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Entry: $7.001st Medals, Certificates          2nd Certificates          3rd Certificates          HC Certificates          
13 yrs & over
Class 270 Senior Speech Championship Solo     13 yrs & over

Session: 27/05/2019 8:30 AM    Time Limit: 15:00

Must have performed in two other individual prepared classes. Prepared public speech followed by verse speaking then sight prose reading. Total time for speech and verse 9 minutes.

Sponsored by Mid-Western Regional Council

Entries Closed
Entry: $9.001st Trophy, Certificate + $70          2nd Trophy, Certificate + $50          3rd Trophy, Certificate + $30          
Kindergarten only
Class 276 Choral Verse Speaking Group     Kindergarten only

Session: 23/05/2019 10:00 AM    Time Limit: 10:00

Two contrasting pieces. Total time 6 minutes. Maximum of 35 performers.

Sponsored by Gulgong Timber & Hardware

Entries Closed
Entry: $10.001st Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
15 yrs & over
Class 228 Sight Prose Reading Solo     15 yrs & over

Session: 24/05/2019 4:30 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Provided by the Adjudicator.

Sponsored By Cobbs Bakery Cafe & Takeaway

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
9 & 10 yrs
Class 235 Luke 5: 27 - 32 Solo     9 & 10 yrs

Session: 25/05/2019 1:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Must use set piece from the Good News Bible. Competitors are required to supply a copy of the reading to the Adjudicator

Sponsored by Gulgong Post Office

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
12 yrs & under
Class 238 Public Speaking Prepared Solo     12 yrs & under

Session: 26/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

Topic own choice. Palm cards allowed. Max 2 minutes.

Sponsored by Gulgong Post Office

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
13 & 14 yrs
Class 239 Public Speaking Prepared Solo     13 & 14 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 6:00 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Topic own choice. Palm cards allowed. Max 3 minutes.

Sponsored by McGregor Real Estate

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
9 & 10 yrs
Class 248 Mime Solo     9 & 10 yrs

Session: 25/05/2019 5:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Maximum time limit 2 min.

Sponsored by Gulgong Musical and Dramatic Society

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
12 yrs & under
Class 269 Junior Speech Championship Solo     12 yrs & under

Session: 26/05/2019 1:00 PM    Time Limit: 12:00

Must have performed in two other individual prepared classes. Prepared public speech followed by verse speaking then sight prose reading. Total time for speech and verse 6 minutes.

Sponsored by Mid-Western Regional Council

Entries Closed
Entry: $7.001st Trophy, Certificate + $40          2nd Trophy, Certificate + $30          3rd Trophy, Certificate + $20          
Open
Class 273 Speech Scholarship Solo     Open

Session: 27/05/2019 8:30 AM    Time Limit:

See Rule 25.

Sponsored by Mid-Western Regional Council

Entries Closed
Entry: $12.001st $300          
Infants
Class 277 Choral Verse Speaking Group     Infants

Session: 23/05/2019 10:00 AM    Time Limit: 10:00

Two contrasting pieces. Total time 6 minutes. Maximum of 35 performers

Sponsored by Mid-Western Regional Council

Entries Closed
Entry: $10.001st Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
8 yrs & under
Class 212 Humorous Verse Solo     8 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

Own choice.

Sponsored by Aussie Country Catering, Gulgong

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
9 & 10 yrs
Class 223 Look at a Picture & Tell a Story Solo     9 & 10 yrs

Session: 25/05/2019 1:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

1 min to study a picture, 1 min to tell a story, bell will ring after 1 min, giving 30 sec to finish story.

Sponsored by Gulgong Butchery

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
10 yrs & under
Class 243 Radio Announcements Solo     10 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 5:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Material supplied by the adjudicator. Performed behind closed curtain using a microphone. Prep time 1 min.

Sponsored by Gulgong Mens Shed

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
11 & 12 yrs
Class 244 Radio Announcements Solo     11 & 12 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

Material supplied by the adjudicator. Performed behind closed curtain using a microphone. Prep time 1 min.

Sponsored by Mid-Western Regional Council

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
13 & 14 yrs
Class 250 Mime Solo     13 & 14 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 6:00 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Maximum time limit 2 min.

Sponsored by Gulgong Timber & Hardware

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
12 yrs & under
Class 271 Junior: Phil Crossley Henry Lawson Poetry Competition Solo     12 yrs & under

Session: 26/05/2019 1:00 PM    Time Limit: 05:00

Own choice Henry Lawson poem. Must have performed in two other solo or duologue classes.

Sponsored by the Henry Lawson Society of NSW

Entries Closed
Entry: $7.001st Perpetual Trophy, Certificate + $80          
13 & 14 yrs
Class 205 Verse Speaking Solo     13 & 14 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 1:00 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

One piece of your own choice.

Sponsored by Gulgong Timber & Hardware

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
11 & 12 yrs
Class 209 Verse Speaking Restricted Solo     11 & 12 yrs

Session: 25/05/2019 5:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

See Rule 11. One piece of your own choice.

Sponsored by Gulgong Pensioners & Superannuants Association

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
8 yrs & under
Class 229 Prepared Prose Reading Solo     8 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

Own choice. 2 minutes MAX

Sponsored by Des and Jean Kelly

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
11 & 12 yrs
Class 236 Matthew 19:16 - 22 Solo     11 & 12 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

Must use set piece from the Good News Bible. Competitors are required to supply a copy of the reading to the Adjudicator

Sponsored by Pearsons' Jewellers, Gulgong

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
15 yrs & over
Class 240 Public Speaking Prepared Solo     15 yrs & over

Session: 24/05/2019 4:30 PM    Time Limit: 04:00

Topic own choice. Palm cards allowed. Max 3 minutes.

Sponsored by Goldfields Motor Inn, Gulgong

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
13 & 14 yrs
Class 245 Radio Announcements Solo     13 & 14 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 6:00 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Material supplied by the adjudicator. Performed behind closed curtain using a microphone. Prep time 1 min.

Sponsored by Mid-Western Regional Council

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
9 & 10 yrs
Class 263 Monologue / Character Sketch Solo     9 & 10 yrs

Session: 25/05/2019 1:30 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Own Choice. Costume Optional. Keep Props to a minimum. Depict a character from a play, book, film or original concept.Performance time limits as specified in each class.A script to be provided to the Adjudicator. 3 mins

Sponsored by Gulgong Chamber of Commerce

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
11 & 12 yrs
Class 204 Verse Speaking Solo     11 & 12 yrs

Session: 25/05/2019 5:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

One piece of your own choice.

Sponsored by Gulgong Timber & Hardware

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
13 & 14 yrs
Class 215 Humorous Verse Solo     13 & 14 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 1:00 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Own choice.

Sponsored by Guntawang Stud

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
8 yrs & under
Class 217 Australian Verse Solo     8 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

Own choice. Time limit 2 minutes.

Sponsored by Gulgong Timber & Hardware

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
15 yrs & over
Class 246 Radio Announcements Solo     15 yrs & over

Session: 24/05/2019 4:30 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Material supplied by the adjudicator. Performed behind closed curtain using a microphone. Prep time 1 min.

Sponsored by Goldfields Motor Inn, Gulgong

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
12 yrs & under
Class 254 Poem For Two     12 yrs & under

Session: 26/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

Own choice. Maximum time 2 min.

Sponsored by Gulgong Timber & Hardware

Entries Closed
Entry: $7.001st Medals, Certificates          2nd Certificates          3rd Certificates          HC Certificates          
11 & 12 yrs
Class 214 Humorous Verse Solo     11 & 12 yrs

Session: 25/05/2019 5:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Own choice.

Sponsored by Mid-Western Regional Council

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
13 & 14 yrs
Class 227 Sight Prose Reading Solo     13 & 14 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 1:00 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Provided by the Adjudicator.

Sponsored by Gulgong Dispensary

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
8 yrs & under
Class 247 Mime Solo     8 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

Maximum time limit 2 min.

Sponsored by Mid-Western Regional Council

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
15 yrs & under
Class 260 Literary Duologue     15 yrs & under

Session: 24/05/2019 4:30 PM    Time Limit: 05:00

Literary excerpt consisting of two characters from a play. Own choice. Min time 3 min, max time 5 min.

Sponsored by Aussie Country Catering, Gulgong

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $24          2nd Certificate + $18          3rd Certificate + $12          HC Certificate          
8 yrs & under
Class 222 Look at a Picture & Tell a Story Solo     8 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

1 min to study a picture, 1 min to tell a story, bell will ring after 1 min, giving 30 sec to finish story.

Sponsored by Elizabeth Sills

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
15 yrs & under
Class 255 Poem For Two     15 yrs & under

Session: 24/05/2019 4:30 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Own choice. Maximum time 3 min.

Sponsored by Des and Jean Kelly

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $24          2nd Certificate + $18          3rd Certificate + $12          HC Certificate          
11 & 12 yrs
Class 264 Monologue / Character Sketch Solo     11 & 12 yrs

Session: 25/05/2019 5:30 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Own Choice. Costume Optional. Keep Props to a minimum. Depict a character from a play, book, film or original concept.Performance time limits as specified in each class.A script to be provided to the Adjudicator. 3 mins

Sponsored by Flynns Solicitors, Mudgee

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
13 & 14 yrs
Class 265 Monologue / Character Sketch Solo     13 & 14 yrs

Session: 26/05/2019 1:00 PM    Time Limit: 05:00

Own Choice. Costume Optional. Keep Props to a minimum. Depict a character from a play, book, film or original concept.Performance time limits as specified in each class.A script to be provided to the Adjudicator. 5 mins

Sponsored by Gulgong Pioneers' Museum

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
8 yrs & under
Class 234 Psalm 23 Solo     8 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

Must use set piece from the Good News Bible. Competitors are required to supply a copy of the reading to the Adjudicator

Sponsored by Flynns Solicitors, Mudgee

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
15 yrs & over
Class 251 Mime Solo     15 yrs & over

Session: 24/05/2019 4:30 PM    Time Limit: 02:00

Maximum time limit 2 min.

Sponsored by AJ Ruming Gulgong

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
Class 221 Australian Verse Solo     15 yrs & over

Session: 24/05/2019 4:30 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Own choice. Time limit 3 minutes.

Sponsored by Guntawang Stud

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
8 yrs & under
Class 252 Poem For Two     8 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 02:00

Own choice. Maximum time 2 min.

Sponsored by Gulgong Post Office

Entries Closed
Entry: $7.001st Medals, Certificates          2nd Certificates          3rd Certificates          HC Certificates          
Class 257 Literary Duologue     8 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 05:00

Literary excerpt consisting of two characters from a play. Own choice. Min time 2 min, max time 5 min.

Sponsored by Gulgong Auto Shell

Entries Closed
Entry: $7.001st Medals, Certificates          2nd Certificates          3rd Certificates          HC Certificates          
15 yrs & over
Class 266 Monologue / Character Sketch Solo     15 yrs & over

Session: 24/05/2019 4:30 PM    Time Limit: 07:00

Own Choice. Costume Optional. Keep Props to a minimum. Depict a character from a play, book, film or original concept.Performance time limits as specified in each class.A script to be provided to the Adjudicator. 7 mins

Sponsored by CLUB Mudgee

Entries Closed
Entry: $8.001st Certificate + $15          2nd Certificate + $10          3rd Certificate + $5          HC Certificate          
Open
Class 261 Literary Duologue     Open

Session: 24/05/2019 4:30 PM    Time Limit: 05:00

Literary excerpt consisting of two characters from a play. Own choice. Min time 3 min, max time 5 min.

Sponsored By Cobbs Bakery Cafe & Takeaway

Entries Closed
Entry: $9.001st Certificate + $30          2nd Certificate + $24          3rd Certificate + $18          HC Certificate          
8 yrs & under
Class 262 Monologue / Character Sketch Solo     8 yrs & under

Session: 25/05/2019 9:00 AM    Time Limit: 03:00

Own Choice. Costume Optional. Keep Props to a minimum. Depict a character from a play, book, film or original concept.Performance time limits as specified in each class.A script to be provided to the Adjudicator. 3 mins

Sponsored by Gulgong Bowling & Sporting Club

Entries Closed
Entry: $6.001st Medal, Certificate          2nd Certificate          3rd Certificate          HC Certificate          
Open
Class 256 Poem For Two     Open

Session: 24/05/2019 4:30 PM    Time Limit: 03:00

Own choice. Maximum time 3 min.

Sponsored by Mid-Western Regional Council

Entries Closed
Entry: $9.001st Certificate + $30          2nd Certificate + $24          3rd Certificate + $18          HC Certificate