Naughty Noodle Fun Haus Shaking Up Central CoastRayon Riot is part of a global celebration of International Women’s Day.

You’re feeling a hankering for cutting-edge Performance & Discourse, where would you go? Central Coast, NSW may not currently be on your radar but take note there is indeed a hive of activity burgeoning as a building of performative community begins to bloom before our very eyes – that is of course if you are lucky enough to get hold of a ticket.

The Naughty Noodle Fun Haus is shaking up what all of us may or may not think the Central Coast of NSW is able to produce, deliver and embrace with its curation of 2 sold-out activations in the last 3 months with “Clambake” in Nov & their LGBTIQ showcase partnering with Central Coast Council “Summer Spandex”  last week.

The 3rd performance night offering from the very bold & brave Naughty Noodle Fun Haus is “Rayon Riot”. And is part of a global celebration for International Women’s Day with an official event in the 2019 Central Coast Festival of Women.

“We want to give voice to new and not so, avant-garde ideas that provoke and push creative boundaries.”  Can you remember who you were, before the world told you who you should be?”

“As a Central Coast Arts organisation we want to bust apart stereotypes and celebrate a greater range of voices and perspectives which are original & unique this International Women’s Day because when you can’t find someone to follow, you have to find a way to lead by example!”

Your hostess with the moistest! Glitta Supernova Present’s a monumental Multi-generational line-up of female-identifying artists exploring resilience, empowerment & liberation in forms from Vogue-ing & Cabaret to Burlesque, Storytelling & Performance Art.

Notorious Sydney performers include the Internationally renowned Glamazon Sheba Williams, formidable, feminist Fatale Miss Alyssa Kitt  & musician, performer & mover Kilia Tipa & one of the country’s most renowned subculture photographer/storytellers C.Moore Hardy, not to be outdone the evening brings on homespun superstars, proud Wiradjuri woman & singer/ songwriter Corinne Hodson, & Quirky, slapstick burlesque by Legs 11:11.

Expect the unexpected, expect diversity as the norm, expect to hear, see & feel the revolution that’s not being televised & Support the ambitious, risk-taking, Artist Lead initiatives of Naughty Noodle Fun Haus, pivotal game-changer for social and cultural diversity through Performance art on the Central Coast of NSW.

Dress up as your favourite “SHERO”
Ladders in your rayons are appreciated & respected.