In this must see event students from the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science, accompanied by Popular Music students from Griffith's Conservatorium of Music, showcase the power of storytelling and the joy of music.
Students will duel with their literary heroes in a live theatre battle for supremacy.
The annual event is a crowd favourite, after all who doesn’t love take-down critiques, satirical rants, author dedications and painful homages? But essentially these performances all ask one question, who are the great literary masters and who are the slaves?
See who’ll take it out, as the slaves go to battle with their masters!
Warning: performances may contain offensive language
Tickets must be pre-purchased.
General Admission: $15
Griffith Staff: $10
Friends of the Library members: FREE
Register online at events.griffith.edu.au/mastersandslaves16
Food and beverage is included in the ticket price.