Over the years, I've experimented with red lights for night shoots to reduce wriggly larvae things. The important thing is to counter the red light with a filter on the lens.
With 6000°K+ HMI/LED/HID lights, I used double Lee 622 or CL106 filters on the lights and to counter on the lens, I've tried blue Lee CL119/141 and greens Lee 131/CL115 and a few others. I always MWB and then color correct in post. Since you are shooting RAW, then obviously the MWB is just for reference.
Just remember you're removing about 3-5 stops of light depending on filters so the noise can creep up a bit. The post boys can handle the rest. It's a lot of work though. Hope this helps.
Thanks Drew. That's all great information. Going from your experience it probably needs more time to play around than I'll have on the shoot. Reckon I'll keep things simple this time and then experiment with some filters when I get some 'play' time later this year. Cheers mate.