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We are thrilled to give you the opportunity to WIN 1 of 5 double passes to see the School Spectacular!

2015 marks the very last time the Schools Spectacular will be held in Qantas Credit Union Arena, Sydney’s entertainment centre and we don’t want you to miss the opportunity to see this amazing show there!

The Schools Spectacular is an outstanding showcase of the talent in NSW public schools. In terms of sheer size, scale and scope, the Schools Spectacular is unequaled in the world with over 2000 dancers, a 1500-voice choir, an 80-piece symphony orchestra and 50 exceptional soloists.

“I love the Schools Spectacular! It’s a brilliant showcase for thousands of students from our public schools – singers, dancers, musicians! What an incredible array of talent, year after year.” – Richard Wilkins, Nine Network Entertainment Editor

Please note that if you WIN this competition you must be able to travel to and from the venue at your own expense. Flights, accommodation and refreshments not included. Passes are for 27th November 2015 – 7.30pm show.

Please note this competition is open from 10th November 2015 until 22nd November 2015 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This prize does NOT include transport to and from the venue nor does it include refreshments at the venue. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. T. O'Brien - NSW
  2. A. McMorrow - NSW
  3. L. Stevens - NSW
  4. Z. Radosavic - NSW
  5. L. Skott - NSW
  • Year 6 musical – Cactus the Western! I was the main role and baddie “Mumma Cactus”. In the final week of rehearsal’s I did a spectacular back flip off the stage, missed the mats and landed on the concrete floor. Severely bruised both heel bones and on crutches for 2 weeks – I still performed every show and even did a backflip in the final performance (despite my teacher telling me I wasnt allowed!


  • Year 9 musical – Cactus the Western – I was the lead role and “baddie” Mumma Cactus! Final dress rehearsa; I did a back flip off the stage, missed the mats and landed on the concrete floor! Severely bruised the heel bones on both feet and was on crutches for 2 weeks!


  • I always watch this every year! My favorite would have to be back in 2013 when a young girl sang a song with a boy then every age group of children came out and danced around them! Spectacular!


  • Trying to act ill prior to getting on stage at school. Never used to work


  • My sister and I were a year apart at school so one year we were at our choral festival together. Oh, the practising we did at home belting out “Jerusalem” and other songs. Good times!


  • I was in a guitar group in primary school. I was made lead singer and guitarist. I will never forget that feeling being on stage and all eyes were on me. My parents were so proud of me.


  • Dancing on graduation day


  • only in the school choir does that count as a school performance? it was good we did a concert for the elderly people we did.


  • hard to say . so much talent from the school children, showing all phrases of spectacular entertainment to us the general public. a must see an experience never to forget .


  • All the nervous energy and all the glitz and glamour. It was exciting and nerve-racking.


  • Would be the good old dancing classes that you used to have. We were chosen to d an assembly and all the parents with cameras. My Dad kept on yelling out to me. I just pretended I was adopted. Nice that he was there. :-)


  • My greatest memory is my kindergarden talent quest, and I sung Material Girl and i won. This memory made me realise that i want to do singing as a career. Thats my greatest memory from a school performance.


  • Singing The Marvellous Toy song at my primary school concert. Only solo i have ever done, my voice was ok back then. Its only good now in the shower.


  • I just loved being able to play different characters and wear different and very incredible costumes.


  • I remember being in a Christmas concert play a frog to the music rock around the clock tonight.


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