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Music Room London established its first rehearsal studio in 1985, when it was located in the basement of The Garden Gallery on Monson Road, New Cross Gate.
This small basement studio, famous for its toasted cheese sandwiches, was frequented by many including Daevid Allen’s Franco-British progressive/psychedelic rock band Gong. The old green shop front of the gallery and Music Room London can be seen clearly in the 2004 movie Shaun of The Dead, which was filmed across in the Duke of Albany pub (The Winchester) and in the street outside.​ We later moved to the former New Cross Library an Andrew Carnegie building in 1994 and created five rehearsal studios. Incorporating in 2003, before which we had been known as simply ‘Music Room’ we became known as Music Room London.
Throughout 2020 and 2021 we have been transforming our space into a multi-cultural arts centre and in the coming months we will be offering Rehearsals, Live Music & Live Streaming, The Old Library Bar & Venue and an Online / Physical Art Gallery.
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