LITERATURE WEEKEND IN THE CITY

Robbie Arnott

Robbie Arnott Sun 21 Feb Downstairs at The Maj | His Majesty's Theatre Sun 21 Feb Downstairs at The Maj | His Majesty's Theatre $19 Event Info Buy Tickets
Sun 21 Feb at Downstairs at The Maj | His Majesty's Theatre, from $19

Join Michelle Johnston for a conversation with Tasmanian writer Robbie Arnott, author of the exquisite novel The Rain Heron. At once nostalgic and futuristic, this novel cements Robbie’s place as one of Australia’s most inventive and sensitive writers. His interest in strong women is a hallmark of his work and this novel does not disappoint as he maps the arcs of women making lives out of a climate-affected and damaged land.

Robbie Arnott 

Robbie Arnott was a 2019 Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Novelist and won the Margaret Scott Prize in the 2019 Tasmanian Premier’s Literary Prizes. His widely acclaimed debut, Flames (2018), was shortlisted for a Victorian Premier’s Literary Award, a New South Wales Premier’s Literary Award, a Queensland Literary Award, the Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction and Not the Booker Prize. He lives in Hobart.

 

Time & Location

Sun 21 Feb

2.30pm

Downstairs at The Maj | His Majesty's Theatre, 825 Hay Street, Perth / Karboordup

Duration

60mins

Pricing
  • Pay What You Can

    • Adult: $19
Notes

Pay What You Can | Our suggested price is $19 but you can choose to pay any amount you’d like – from $0. Any amount you pay above $19 will be used to ensure that other people are able to attend Festival events where cost is normally a barrier.

Robbie Arnott is appearing via live stream.

His Majesty’s Theatre will be offering a menu of delicious treats at Crew and King (Menu here) and Dress Circle Bar (Menu here) for you to enjoy during Literature Weekend in the City. Grab a quick bite between sessions or sit down and enjoy a coffee and cake with your favourite book.

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Thank you

Acknowledgements

  • Supported by Boffins Books

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