Seniors’ Week & Aging: What’s art got to do with it? @ Naughty Noodle

by LukeAdmin

On the Central Coast of NSW, Naughty Noodle Fun Haus is celebrating Senior’s Week with “Silver Soiree”, a glamourous, contemporary evening of Live performance Cabaret in Ettalong featuring 3 Iconic Diva’s of the Australian Music scene.

The star filled line up includes highly acclaimed singer, actress, Nikki Bennet who has performed in 52 counties and is the creator of 11 internationally successful production shows including “Invincible– The Helen Reddy story”, Shauna Jenson who has been working for the majority of her career as backing vocalist touring with the likes of Jimmy Barnes, Cold Chisel, Noiseworks, Doug Parkinson, Richard Clapton, Hugh Jackman and Powderfinger and the 3rd vocalist, internationally renowned Sheba Williams who’s jazz, soul and pop renditions have been performed in 12 languages around the world.

Current studies confirm what we all already know, that Arts & Culture can affect individuals in positive ways, inducing both psychological and physiological well being. With regular visits to museums, art galleries, theatres and concerts being linked to a longer life, Naughty Noodle Fun Haus, the region’s leading contemporary Arts & Culture organisation, is partnering up with the Department of Communities & Justice to serve up “Silver Soiree”. The show will be part of the largest Seniors Festival in the Southern Hemisphere, which in previous years reaching up to 500,000 seniors. Although The 2022 Seniors Festival targets over 60’s (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders over 50 and people over 50 that have a lifelong disability). In usual Naughty Noodle form, the all star line up welcomes everyone and for the first time, will be a free access event for all Seniors
(pre–registration required to attend).

During Senior’s week and beyond, the Naughty Noodle prides itself on tying into concepts relating arts, friendship, culture, activities, community and fun, “since our inception in 2018 we have achieved something inclusive and more relevant to modern 50+ audiences who have in turn picked up on that and responded through attendance, participation, and celebration in all our programming across live music, theatre and cabaret events” stated Creative Director Glitta Supernova.

More than ever adults, 50 – 100 years old, are living increasingly full lives despite what is being reflected in tired stereotype media representation, which today couldn’t be further from the reality of aging. New research from the human rights commission has found ageism remains the most accepted form of prejudice in Australia, with 63% having experienced ageism in the last five years. Evidence suggests it is more pervasive and socially accepted than sexism or racism.

So let’s move beyond the stereotypes and pop on something glitzy with our “Silver Glamour” dress theme & join the Naughty Noodle Family for this exciting & titillating show this Seniors week, on Saturday April 2nd.

Silver Soiree
Saturday 2nd April 4.30pm – 7.30pm
5 Broken Bay Rd Ettalong
Free to 60+ (or 50+ Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander – register for your free ticket)
Cost $25 for everyone else
Bookings: or call 02 4314 6004
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