Stereo Stories’ fifth gig in less than four months was at Victoria University’s Footscray Park Campus on Thursday evening 30 July. A night of new stories and lovely musicianship.

The evening was presented by the university’s Professional Writing and Editing TAFE course, and included debut stories by two VU graduates, Matthew Naqvi (Aneurysm) and Fiona Price (She Bop).

We also debuted new stories by Stereo Stories’ founding members Stephen Andrew (Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You), Rijn Collins (The Mercy Seat) and Zoe Krupka (A Good Year For The Roses).

All up, the 90 minute show featured eleven Stereo Stories and two original songs (one by Peter Maskell and  one by Stephen Andrew).

Many thanks to the Professional Writing and Editing staff and the audience, which braved a chilly, windy, mid-week night to find its way to The VU Bar.

Photos by Sherryl Clark, Mark Hellinger, Julie Merritt, Tony Proudfoot.

Our next gig is an intimate 60 minute show on Saturday 12 September, 2pm to 3pm at Sunshine Library. It’s part of the Brimbank Writers and Readers Festival. Entry is free, but please book.