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Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves co-creator and director, Naomi Price, gives the inside scoop on the origins of our Sister Act homage, the casting of our divine divas and her hopes for a greener future.    Tell us about your earliest memory of the Sister Act films: My brothers and I had both films on VHS and we practically wore the tapes out watching

With a jingle and a swing-le, Brisbane’s favourite festive event, the Lord Mayor’s Christmas Carols, returns this week to deck the halls and spread joy to the world. Hosted by Queensland’s first lady of song Naomi Price, our new-look female-led Carols features a superstar cast and creative team of 130+ local legends, headlined by Kate Miller-Heidke, Sheppard, Troy and Jem Cassar-Daley, Luke Kennedy and Marcus Corowa, plus an extra-special appearance from

The Little Red Company has today announced that celebrated arts leader Katherine Hoepper will join the company as its inaugural Executive Director. Ms Hoepper has more than 25 years’ experience with companies, festivals, independent artists and venues; the past two years as Programming Director at the iconic Brisbane Powerhouse and previously as Executive Director at Queensland’s oldest continuously-running theatre company, La

Oh, happy day! Hit-maker The Little Red Company (Christmas Actually, Rumour Has It, Your Song) has announced a sparkling Sister Act 30th anniversary celebration to open its 2022 season. Premiering at Brisbane Powerhouse on 17 February 2022, Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves is the third production in the company’s soundtrack songbook trilogy that includes Christmas Actually (the music