The Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre was filled with everything from spiders to stars on Wednesday.
St Mary's Primary School kindergarten students were the first to take to the stage for the Nursery Rhymes in Costume at the Dubbo Eisteddfod.
Dressed to impress, Torah Maas confidently spoke to the Daily Liberal before her performance.
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She very proudly shared how her mum and nan had helped to put together her sheep costume so that she could recite Baa Baa Black Sheep.
Torah said she had practiced a lot to get her ready for the big moment and she wasn't nervous at all.
Harrison O'Brien admitted he was a little worried about his nursery rhyme.
His spider costume - for incy wincy spider, of course - had been made by his mum. Although Harrison said he had helped a little bit.
Vera Morley Pauco was also shining with confidence. Not only was she prepared for her own performance of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, while having her photo taken she was also practicing other students' nursery rhymes.
There was a full house to watch the students perform their nursery rhymes, with family members and loved ones giving plenty of claps and support for each little act.
Adjudicator William Moxey was also full of praise for the students.
More Nursery Rhymes in Costume will be held at the DRTCC on Thursday.
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