UK-based national concert promoters Glasswerk are thrilled to announce that they have added a new venue, Grand Central Hall in Liverpool, to the family of independent venues that they programme the calendar of events for.

The 1150 capacity venue is a beautiful Art Deco-style hall, and has been lovingly restored and refurbished as part of the whole building’s renovation, which now includes a food bazaar, two bars, and a hotel.

The refurbished development opened this summer 2018, retaining the ‘Barcelona’ Gaudi style decor in the main bar and food hall, and the grand, Art Deco style in the main concert hall. As well as the legendary in-house organ, the venue also reputedly has the largest projector screen outside of Wembley Arena.

Commenting on the news, Head Promoter for Glasswerk, Mat Ong, said:

“Grand Central Hall is a beautiful building that had been left unkempt for far too long. I was eager to see what the refurb was like inside, and I was blown away by it. The hall was purpose built for great acoustics and sight lines. Now the whole site offers great customer service with the accompanying food hall and different bars, and it’s a great venue for gig goers to come for a night out.

"Facilities for artists and crew are fantastic in the backstage area, and the production and load in will be easier than most venues of this size and style. I am looking forward to getting stuck in and booking some events in here!”


Operations Director for Grand Central, Ryan Edwards, commented:

“After a massive renovation to Grand Central Hall we are excited to invite Glasswerk into the business, and see the main hall being used for live music, cinema and wedding events.”


Glasswerk is a concert promotions company and venue programmer based in the UK with over 13 years of experience. Their portfolio of managed venues also includes The Slaughtered Lamb in London (120 cap) and Factory in Manchester (350 cap).


Since 2005, Glasswerk have worked with some of the biggest and best names in music, including: Ed Sheeran, Arctic Monkeys, Bastille, Jessie J, Enter Shikari, You Me At Six, Judy Collins, Stephen Fretwell, Tinchy Stryder, Everything Everything, Reverend And The Makers, The Parlotones, Art Brut, The Hoosiers, Scouting For Girls, The Holloways, We Are The Ocean, Hard Fi, Seth Lakeman, Kate McGill, Alexa Goddard, Don Broco, Matt Berry, The Joy Formidable, Gabby Aplin, Deaf Havana, The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Jon Gomm, and many more.

Bookings are now being taken at Grand Central Hall for internal and external events.


Venue address:
Grand Central Hall
35 Renshaw St
Liverpool
(Roscoe Gardens, Mount Pleasant entrance)