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Youth Street Dance Workshop
13 April 2023 @ 11:00 am - 4:30 pm AEST
Move your body with a school Holiday workshop to bring out your inner superstar.
Thursday, April 13, 2023 | 11:00 am
Youth Street Dance Workshop with The Pioneers
Free yourself as GNL & Naughty Noodle Fun Haus present the Infamous “The Pioneers” on the Central Coast for one day only, back to strut their stuff with a FREE Street Dance workshop!
This workshop is for 12-24 year old LGBTQIA+, First nations & youth living with disability as well as their mates and allies. Learn something new, get your body moving and step into your confidence!
No experience or knowledge required – this is the space to learn some moves. This workshop is perfect for all experience levels and abilities.
Lunch and snacks provided.
FREE but must be registered to attend.
All young people aged 12 -24 are welcome.
This event is free but you must have a ticket to enter.
Meet The Pioneers:
The Pioneers MC (PNRS) is a Sydney based dance collective that’s comprised of street trained and professionally trained performers and artists, with members of various ages and experiences.
The Pioneers were formed by performer and artist Eliam Royalness and since their inception in 2013, have achieved multiple winning medals and titles, and have taken their unique performance style across Australia. The Pioneers provide high energy entertainment which includes the various street dance styles they explore including Hip-Hop moves and grooves, Dancehall, Waacking, Vogue, and mix these styles to create unique and entertaining choreography.
Each member has an incredible and varied dance history, some with extensive training at prestigious studios such as ED5 International, and others with raw experiences as performers and choreographers for major events across Australia and for various companies and organizations; including OzHarvest, ANZ Banking, The Ted Noffs Foundation, Australasian Therapeutic Communities Association, and many more.
Fully accessible venue
We are a LGBTIQ Safe space and there is zero tolerance for anything less than acceptance of all people.
- Youth worker if you want to have a chat and to make sure everyone has a safe and supported experience.
- Trained First Aid & Mental Health First Aid
- Strict rules ensuring all events are drug, smoke and alcohol-free.
- Strict policies ensuring all volunteers and staff comply with child safety laws and checks.
Supported by the Australian Government Department of Social Services
Partnering with our Mates at GNL – Thankyou!