Have you ever longed for a captive audience to explain exactly why Gouda is your favourite cheese? To shout from the rooftops about your hot takes on ballpoint pens versus felt tips? Or literally anything else ever under the sun?
Look no further than Hot Seat : A Variety Powerpoint Night.
May be an image of furniture and text that says 'Hot Seat A VARIETY POWERPOINT NIGHT Thursday september 23 7:30pm-9:30pm 7:30pm- AFFILIATED CLUBS MUSEX EURVSINCUB SLAVIC'
If you’re brave enough to get on the hot seat sign up to present a 5- minute presentation about a topic of your choice and go into the running to win big!

If being in the spotlight is not your thing, we also have prizes for the best audience members.
Prizes will be awarded for:
– The Best Presentation
– The Best (friendly) Roast on a presentation
– The People’s Choice Award
And MORE !
If you’ve got a curious mind and you’re craving entertainment or just something (ANYTHING) other than revision this mid-sem break, join us! There will be fun, there will be laughs, there will be epic prizes.
If you would like to present a powerpoint please fill out this form before the 15th of September*: https://forms.gle/UwRUWvjXrPiVRjtU8
* please make sure to also sign up via Qpay in case all presentation spots are filled. You will be informed of the outcome of your pitch by the 17th of September so you can prepare.
If you would like to be in the audience, please register via Qpay here: https://hotseatnight.getqpay.com/
For regular updates, please go to the facebook event page https://fb.me/e/2AxxM77qJ 
This crossover between the Eurovision Social Club (ESC), The Melbourne University French Club, The Melbourne University Greek Association (MUNGA), Melbourne University Student Exchange Society (MUSEX) and the Melbourne University Slavic Student’s Society is open to students and non-students to attend so long as you are ready to be taken on a journey of niche topics and hot takes (and so long as you register 😉 )
If you have any questions please email esc.unimelb@gmail.com .
The clubs involved in this event would like to acknowledge that this event was organised and will be hosted from the lands of the Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. This always was and always will be Aboriginal land, sovereignty was never ceded.