New website for Tobacco Warehouse

We are delighted to announce the launch of a new brand and dedicated website for Tobacco Warehouse.

The brand truly represents this Liverpool landmark, its proud history, and its exciting future.

Like the development, the new visual identity incorporates elements of the building's iconic architecture, whilst juxtaposing them with a modern simplicity. The 'T' references the steel girders at the building's core, the heart of its industrial heritage. The brick circle that surrounds it is directly inspired by the warehouse's elegant brickwork.

Simple, strong & stylish.

Time Lapse of Sgt. Pepper mural at Stanley Dock

Perched on scaffolding several stories above the ground the painter Gary Jones added the final touches to a giant mural designed by the artist Judy Chicago of the four Beatles engulfed in a circular rainbow.

“He is very, very gifted with a paintbrush,” Ms. Chicago said as she sat on the terrace below and described the frequent phone calls she and Mr. Jones have traded as she has watched him execute her mural, first on a webcam from the United States, where she lives, and, over the past week, from a perch in the hotel where she can offer tips to Mr. Jones on his handiwork. 

Sgt. Pepper 50th anniversary artwork at Stanley Dock

From Thursday 1 June
Judy Chicago was invited by Tate Liverpool to be one of 13 artists, musicians, and performers from the UK and abroad, each tasked with representing one of the tracks on the Beatles' seminal album, Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, as part of a city-wide celebration of the album's 50th anniversary. For her assigned song, "Fixing A Hole," Judy has designed a 40 foot high mural that will be painted on the side of the monumental White Tomkins and Courage Grain Silo at Stanley Dock in Liverpool. 

Read More... The Guide... May 2017

Stanley Dock sister co opens British Music Experience

The British Music Experience is a permanent exhibition dedicated to the history of popular music in Britain. Featuring state-of-the-art effects, iconic memorabilia and artefacts from almost every major artist and musical movement since World War Two, the attraction is located in the spectacular Cunard Building, one of Liverpool’s landmark Three Graces lining the city’s waterfront.

Working closely with English Heritage and Liverpool City Council, Harcourt constructed the exhibition in conjunction with Harvey Goldsmith CBE, Cubit3D and DJ Willrich.

The exhibition is operated by Harcourt associate the management team behind Titanic Belfast - the world’s leading visitor attraction.

"What first hit me upon arrival at the Grade II*-listed Cunard Building was the sheer splendour of the place. The BME is a welcome addition to Liverpool’s already substantial museum offering with a wide range of genuinely fascinating items that casual music fans and rock snobs alike will enjoy. " Your Move Magazine, March 2017

For further information please visit - The British Music Experience

UK's first REVOLVING theatre planned for Liverpool docklands

Venue part of ambitious plans to turn 'Ten Streets' into city's new creative quarter.

The Ten Streets area includes the 125 acres of dockland between Costco and the Titanic Hotel at Stanley Dock. It sits next to Peel’s £5.5bn Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme, which could include a new Everton stadium.

Watch video and read more...Liverpool Echo... February 2017