Two New LGBTQ Shows Set To Fly The Rainbow Flag During Little LTF Festival
Shows are announced during Pride Month 2021
Programme includes This Skin Of Mine by Kai Jolley and 12 – The Rainbow Monologues by Grin Theatre Company
The inaugural new works festival Little LTF – which will be staged in just four weeks – will feature two LGBTQ-themed shows being premiered in Liverpool this Summer.
The two shows form part of a 14-strong programme of new productions which have been specially selected by a panel of industry experts. The announcement coincides with June being Pride Month 2021.
Little LTF will run for seven days between Monday 12 July and Sunday 18 July 2021. Audiences are reassured that the festival and programme will continue as planned, despite a delay in the lifting of remaining lockdown restrictions.
Genres represented in the diverse and inclusive programme covers Black arts, cabaret, comedy, disability arts, drama, family entertainment, LGBTQ, mental health, and musical theatre.
Little LTF is a new strand and sister event to the hugely successful Liverpool Theatre Festival, which was first staged last September in response to an ongoing need for live entertainment during Covid-19.
The outdoor festival at St Luke’s Bombed Out Church in Liverpool city centre was created by Liverpool theatre producer Bill Elms, who stepped in to bring entertainment back to audiences after theatres across the country were ordered to close their doors as part of the first Coronavirus lockdown in March 2020.
Shows flying the rainbow flag for the LGBTQ community are This Skin Of Mine and 12 – The Rainbow Monologues Live.
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