Remembrance, Art and War: Where the Line Breaks with Michael Burrows

Join us for this special Remembrance Day event with Sydney Morning Herald's Best Young Australian Novelist author Michael Burrows.

For adults.

This session will be held in the Events Room, Belmont Hub.

Where the Line Breaks explores the mystery of Australia’s most famous World War One poet – the Unknown Digger. As the story of Lieutenant Lewis, fighting his way across Sinai, Palestine, Jordan and, Syria unfolds, the question of what makes him a poet, a lover and, a hero, becomes a troubled one.

This stunningly ambitious novel challenges us to question the history we know, the stories we’re told, and what makes a hero a hero.

Book sales and signing will be available at the event. 

Book your free tickets via Eventbrite.

Please note:

  • Attendees will be required to practice appropriate physical distancing for the duration of the event.
  • Do not attend if you have any flu-like symptoms.
Location
Events Room, Belmont Hub 213 Wright Street, Cloverdale, WA, 6105
Date
11 November 2022
Time
5:45 PM - 6:45 PM
Cost
Free
City of Belmont event