2020 Syllabus & Entry now available
The Syllabus is now available with the performance rules and information for the 2020 competitions. Online entry is also available. Entries close on 1st March 2020. Please read the Syllabus before entering.
Update on Ballet & Dance in 2020
Thank you to everyone who entered our Ballet & Dance Sections in 2019. It is with regret that we announce these two sections will not be held in 2020. Our aim is to re-establish the Ballet and Dance Sections in 2021.
Please be advised that the Instrumental, Speech & Drama, and Vocal categories will be held in 2020 as normal - more information including the Syllabus & online entry will be posted soon.
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The Northern Beaches Eisteddfod was founded in 1953. What began as an elocution teachers initiative for students, the Eisteddfod has had several titles and expanded over the past 60 years to include art forms like hip hop and pop singing as well as being spread across multiple venues. The Eisteddfod gives people on the northern beaches an opportunity to perform in pursuit of further study and excellence. The Northern Beaches Eisteddfod not only provides encouragement and assistance to young talented singers, dancers, actors and musicians, it also presents the wider community with opportunities to see them perform.