Naughty Noodle Fun Haus Presents: Naidoc NylonNAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

NAIDOC is celebrated in Indigenous communities and by Australians from all walks of life. The week is an excellent opportunity to participate in a range of activities and to support your local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

Celebrate cultures and communities in a fierce evening of stereotype-busting, genre-bending new-wave entertainment! A blazing line-up of established, self-produced LGBTIQ & Fringe Aboriginal +Torres Strait Islander artists are exploring stories, creativity & ideas in bold new ways.

From Burlesque to Drag, Performance art to Illusion, celebrate all things adventurous & unorthodox with pioneering artists & renegades bearing offerings that can and often do, reshape and expand views. Support independent artists by highlighting their proud history and the ongoing fight for equality and recognition by merely defining their performance offerings.

We are showcasing renowned & emerging Fringe Faboriginal +Torres Strait Islander performance artists from across the country come together in an eclectic, satirical, poignant cabaret evening like no other.

Destiny Haz Arrived– a Widjibul Bundjalung Queen DIVA Nominated from Northern Rivers of NSW, who has led the First Australian’s iconic Mardi Gras Parade float & performed with the deadly Jessica Mauboy.

Juanita Eleanor Duncan– a proud Gamilaraay year from North West NSW & Central Coast, most recently toured festivals across the country, performed at the Sydney opera house, MCA & Edinburgh Festival Fringe with the unique Hot Brown Honey. A Coastie local, having graduated from NAISDA in 2010.

Jayla Shae Davey is a Miriwoong actor, producer and creative artist from Kununurra WA, Waapa graduate currently based in Sydney; personal performance work is based on sovereignty and autonomy of the body concerning First Nations culture and queerness movement combating colonialism. Seen hosting in Beyond Production’s, Wow That’s Amazing and performing in Koori Gras.

Neville Williams-Boney is a proud Wiradjuri man from Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. From ballroom dancer to Musical Theatre, Neville is a part of the musical community in Wagga Wagga and Gosford 2019 NAISDA graduate and Chairman’s Award winner.

Chel Torres- Torres Strait Islander, Sydney-based artist, Experimentation across forms from storytelling and spoken word to dance, drag and performance art, visible on the indigenous LGBT circuit, Koori Gras, First Nations Rainbow, Klub Koori.

Jojo Zaho– Newcastle’s naughtiest Novocastrian & one of your favourite Black Divas. She competed in the inaugural Miss First Nation 2017, taking home Miss Photogenic, among other titles. She’s appeared in interviews for SBS, ABC, & Triple J.

Your Hostess with the mostess Nana Miss Koori- Born in Sydney, Gadigal gay male from the Eora Nation with solid connections to the La Perouse and Nowra Communities. Aboriginal Drag Performer-Artist shows with Mardi Gras+ Carriage Works to co-curator and co-MC of Black Nulla.

Dress: Sport the Black, Yellow and Red in anything & everything you wear!