Our fabulous Access Consultant Madeleine Little tells us about the importance of accessibility in the arts, and gives us an in-depth rundown on six ways to make the arts accessible for all. 1. Auslan Little Red has provided Auslan Interpreters for its shows for many years, but the 2021 Lord Mayor’s Christmas Carols integrated Auslan like never before at Riverstage.
After three shows at the QPAC Concert Hall jam-packed with all of the glitz and glamour you could ever need, Skyfall has officially come to a close. Originally premiering at Brisbane Festival in 2021, our high-octane hit show received a seductive sequel with stunning special guest vocalists, a pair of dazzling dancers and astonishing special effects. Our return season welcomed
With a jingle and a Swing-le, our 2021 program took the Lord Mayor’s Christmas Carols from a lovely family get-together to an absolute must-attend event that highlighted our world-class local talent and delighted audiences with uplifting music, special surprises and a bucketload of heart. We were thrilled to showcase the best of Brisbane in a seasonal celebration that feels like home - from the outdoor setting of the City Botanic Gardens to the festive
With enormous thanks to our generous friends and supporters who attended Little Red's 10th Anniversary Gala earlier this year, we are proud to formally launch our new education program, Little Red Pathways! Little Red Pathways pairs industry-leading professional artists with schools and early career artists to assist in improving performance and academic results. Since the program's inception in April, we have connected with
Your Song, the Matilda Award-winning musical celebration of the iconic songbook of Elton John, returns to the stage for its hotly anticipated encore season at QPAC’s Concert Hall from 30 September to 1 October 2022. Selling out its 2021 debut season at Judith Wright Arts Centre and receiving a standing ovation each night, Your Song returns to celebrate Elton’s unforgettable