Rockscape! from The Jamm Factory

By: The Jamm Factory  05/10/2009
Keywords: event planning, event production, venue hire

If you are unaware of it, Rockscape is the open-air theatre at 95-99 Renshaw Street, corner Leece Street.

To briefly contextualize; the theatre, designed by Japanese architects Atelier Bow Wow in the form of a traditional Greek Amphitheatre was originally part of Liverpool
Biennial’s festival of visual contemporary arts, open as a public space as well as
playing host to performances of local musicians, dancers and poets on the weekends during the Festival.

The Jamm Factory has now taken up the reigns at Rockscape as a part of our events
management department and we are have made this; Liverpool’s newest and most diverse performance space available to you for any type of artistic performance or events between now and the end of 2009.

Because of the Rockscape design’s historical connotations and connections with the more artistic end of Liverpool culture we are looking to emphasize the diverse ways in which this space can be used, and the way in which artistic performance can be given a more public viewing platform, boosting the importance of artistic performance: whether it be music, theatre or dance, from mere entertainment, to an integral part of everyday life.

We have highlighted your company as one who we feel may benefit from using the space, and I hope you feel might have similar feelings about the space. More information and pictures can be found on our myspace page at:

and on Facebook at the following link:

If you are interested in discussing the possibilities of using Rockscape as a performance space, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. You can contact me via the following methods:

Keywords: event planning, event production, venue hire