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The Jelly Sound House - 2012-2013

The Jelly Sound House, a space acquired by Jelly, was used as a sound space for music workshops, band rehearsals and studio recording.

The space provided Reading All Steel Percussion Orchestra with ample room for storing the instruments and rehearsals with no noise constraints. The building was previously used as an underground nightclub most recently Club Mannakoo. In the past the club was also known as Bamboo, Rebecca's and Gatsbys.

From the Jelly Sound House CultureMix delivered a summer programme of Olympic themed workshops, activities and preparation for performances at the Royal Albert Hall and for the London 2012 Festival.

The building was demolished to make way for the updated Reading mainline railway station opened by The Queen of England in 2014.

The Jelly Sound House and RASPO's PanYard previously Club Mannakoo

The Jelly Sound House and RASPO's PanYard previously Club Mannakoo

Jelly Soundhouse Reading formerly Club Mannakoo

RASPO move to Jelly Sound House

Blog post 19 May 2012

RASPO's new rehearsal studio is now at 59 Station Hill in Reading Berkshire. The new space, previously Club Mannakoo, came about courtesy of art charity Jelly, who has acquired the building to use as a Sound House. More...

Inside the Jelly Sound House

The Jelly Sound House is home to Reading All Steel Percussion Orchestra for rehearsals and workshops.

The Jelly Sound House provided plenty of space to store the steel pan instruments with a loading bay and easy access to the mainline railway station and Reading town centre.

An ideal rehearsal space for Reading Steel Percussion Orchestra.