AN INNOVATIVE art project is set to wow audiences once again this month.

The Moving Gallery, which was displayed on a bus and paraded around the town for weeks, will be at Jelly in Broad Street Mall.

Artists exhibited include William Lailey, Therese Lawlor, Ben Mosher, Sam Stead, Alda Terracciano, and Tim Wilson.

Mr Lailey said: "My project features portraits and interviews collected from people using the buses and staff who work on them. I travelled on a different route every day and asked people to tell me about their bus experiences. I visited the Reading Buses Depot on Great Knollys’ Street to hear staff stories.

"At the end of the project, I produced a collection of photographs and small quotes that are displayed on the inside of the bus. It was very exciting.”

The Moving Gallery will be on display at Jelly from Tuesday, January 23 until Saturday, January 27.

Art buffs can view it between 12noon until 2pm and from 5-7pm daily.

Anna De Amicis, creator of the exhibition, added: "Everyone is welcome to this free exhibition, come and explore the stories of Reading people using our buses.

"This is a first. Reading Buses was the first local bus company to turn one of their normal buses into an art gallery for six weeks.

"We have had a great response from pleasantly surprised bus users about our exhibition and we are sure you will enjoy it too."