The Little Red Company To Boost Creative Industries
In this dire time of worry, stress and a creative industry on the brink of uncertainty, there is hope.
Hope for the creative community comes in the form of many things, including the generosity of Australian hearts. This Friday, The Little Red Company will band together their leading artists and host an online concert – The IsoLate Late Show – to raise money for the Queensland creative industries that are suffering during this COVID-19 lockdown period. An estimated 100 million dollars has already been lost due to show cancellations and postponements that have recently occurred.
What Little Red is known for is their premier cabaret productions such as Rumour Has It, Lady Beatle, Wrecking Ball and more recently, Christmas Actually. Lead by TLRC Co-Creator Naomi Price and a host of brilliant Queensland-based musos, including: Luke Kennedy, Tom Oliver, Scott French, and Mik Easterman, The IsoLate Late Show is sure to thrill, bring together a wounded community and cheer during this hard time. Viewers are encouraged to slip into their finest comfortable wear and bring their own beverage of choice. The show will hit The Little Red’s Facebook and Instagram live streams and all money raised will go towards QLD’s Actors’ and Entertainers’ Benevolent Fund, and onto those artists directly affected by recent events.
So this Friday night, sit back, relax in the comfort of your home and let The Little Red Company entertain you.