Masters and slaves: the great literary showdownPosted: August 3, 2016
Who’s your literary hero? William Shakespeare? Charles Dickens? Jane Austen? Or maybe Harry Potter rocked your muggle world and you absolutely idolise J.K Rowling.
They are a superstar, right? There is no one quite like them…. They win. Or do they?
Come and watch talented School of Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences students take on their literary heroes at the annual Masters and Slaves battle on the Gold Coast.
In this must-see event, students will perform a piece inspired by a famous author; living or dead. Whether they talk them up or take them down, we’ll find out who are the literary masters and who the slaves.
Hosted by Friends of the Library, Masters and Slaves is a crowd favourite; after all, who doesn’t love take-down critiques, satirical rants, author dedications and painful homages?
You can’t miss this epic duel! Book now!
Masters and Slaves 2016
Thursday 25 August 2016
The Link (G07)
Gold Coast Campus
General Admission: $15
Griffith Staff: $10
Friends of the Library members: FREE
Food and beverages are included in the ticket price.