SLEEPING BEAUTY – “A KNIGHT AVENGER’S TALE” is Bonnie Lythgoe Production’s latest fairy take panto, featuring dazzling costumes, stunning sets, magic, special effects, hilarious comedy, thrilling musical numbers and hits.

We are GIVING AWAY Two family passes for the show in Melbourne on 29 JUNE at 7:30PM and Two Family Passes for the show on 13 July 2018 at 7:30PM in Sydney! WOW!

SLEEPING BEAUTY tells the story of Princess Aurora, who by a single prick of her finger is put to sleep for 100 years. Doomed by fate, only a Prince’s sweet kiss can break the spell and awaken the sleeping beauty.

This fun&fabuolous show opens at Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre on 29 June playing until 8 July and then at the State Theatre in Sydney from 13 to 22 July 2018.

The cast includes RHONDA BURCHMORE as the wicked fairy ‘Carabosse’ with ‘Real Housewife of Sydney’ star MELISSA TKAUTZ playing the ‘Good Fairy’. Taking the role of ‘Sleeping Beauty’s father will be English actor FRAZER HINES best known for his role in Doctor Who along with funny man KEV ORKIAN as ‘Silly Billy’. Relative newcomer and WAAPA graduate EMBLA BISHOP will play ‘Sleeping Beauty’ with DANIEL MILNE as ‘Prince Valiant’.

Visit www.ozpanto.com for all the details.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

VENUE: Comedy Theatre, 240 Exhibition Street, Melbourne
DATES: Friday 29 June – Sunday 8 July
PRICES: VIP $89.95 / A Reserve $69.95 / B Reserve $59.95
Plus Family tickets available
BOOKINGS: Ticketmaster.com.au or 1300 11 10 11

VENUE: State Theatre, 49 Market Street, Sydney
DATES: Friday 13 July – Sunday 22 July
PRICES: from $52.95 to $97.95 plus Family tickets available
BOOKINGS: Ticketmaster.com.au or 1300 139 588

Please note this competition is open from 18 June 2018 until 26 June 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. 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. J. Topalov - VIC
  2. L. Grant - NSW
  3. C. Wilson - NSW
  4. K. Bamford - VIC

  • My daughter loves Sleeping Beauty. She’s 6 years old and has never been a good sleeper and finds it amazing that Aurora can’t wake up unless a Prince kisses her! If only parents could buy that spell!



  • Sydney. My daughter loves Snow White because she is obsessed with the dwarf Sleepy.



  • My girls love sleeping beauty. Love to win tickets Melbourne.



  • My daughter loves Beauty and the Beast, she loves the fact that Bella is kind and loves to read like she does.
    Melbourne venue please



  • I would like tickets for Sydney and my child favourite’s fairy tale



  • Beauty and the Beast. My daughter (who is now 14) still gushes over Belle’s yellow dress the same way she did when she was 3. It’s our favourite ‘Sunday afternoon couch movie’ to watch together.



  • Sleeping Beauty is adored by my daughters so much, we even saw it at the ballet last year. They have also requested to wear Aurora costumes at Disney on ice next month and I just might dress up as Maleficent!
    Melbourne please.



  • My child’s favourite fairytale is Shrek which they find humourous for its subversion of traditional tropes in children’s stories and the comedy which this bring on screen.



  • Sleeping beauty is the household favorite. We replay the kissing scene multiple times a day and my little one enjoys herself when I kiss to wake her up, she keeps her eyes closed, a big smile, and wipes off where I kissed. Then she prepares herself for a big tickle.



  • Peter Pan is an all time favourite with our whole family, it has it all, adventure, fantasy, good and evil.
    We’d love tickets for Melbourne please.



  • Melbourne.
    Favourite fairytale is Pinocchio because he’s a cheeky puppet that becomes a boy after learning through mistakes, which is a good lesson for us all. At heart we love it because it’s about love, especially unconditional love (as a parent’s love for their children).



  • My daughter loves The little Mermaid – she’s so beautiful. The story is fun, mesmerising and a beautiful love story rolled into one



  • Melbourne Please – we absolutely adore sleeping beauty, she is so kind and beautiful my two girls would be enthralled from start to finish



  • My children absolutely love Ariel , they can sit and watch the movie with no squabbling or arguments which is also god for me . The animation of the sea animals and Ariel’s story captivates them then after the movie they then play out the scenes of the movie .
    MELBOURNE



  • I don’t recall my boys really having a favourite fairytale – unless you include Cars and Toy Story!! By favourite would be Bambi.. even though it always made me cry.


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