Frank Woodley is built from funny – it’s in his bones. Whether he’s being a comedian, clown, actor or acrobat, he is constantly creating characters and worlds to engage audiences of all ages.

Acclaimed comedian Frank Woodley is bringing his new kids’ show Noodlenut to Lismore with the help of the Northern Rivers Performing Arts (NORPA) theatre company. The show will be performed AT Lismore City Hall on Saturday March 11 as a part of the annual Lismore Laughs comedy festival.

FRA-Noodlenut-2016-HERO-Photographer Ben KingNoodlenut is a great opportunity to introduce little comedy fans to Australia’s most physical comedian in his natural habitat, on stage, performing for the pure joy of it. Whether he’s singing songs about sneezing, doing chaotic magic or impersonating animals playing sport, comedy master Frank Woodley has kids rolling around laughing in the palm of his hand.

NORPA’s head of programming Jane Fuller says that she has worked with Frank Woodley before where audiences flocked to see his work again and again.

“How wonderful that Frank has turned his deft touch to delight in his kids show Noodlenut,” Jane says. “I jumped at bringing this new show to Lismore for all to experience his wonderful nonsense. Following its sell-out at the Arts Centre in Melbourne, I can’t wait to go with my fave 10 year old and my 40 year old bestie.”

Noddlenut runs for 55 minutes and is recommended for kids ages 8 and up, with tickets just starting at just $22. You can purchase tickets online at www.norpa.org.au or by calling 1300 066 772.

The Noodlenut performance coincides with Lismore Eat The Street Food Festival so you can take the kids to a delectable street fair before or after the performance. To read more about Eat the Street visit www.visitlismore.com.au.



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