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Benjamin Disraeli once said that “what Manchester does today, the rest of the world does tomorrow”. A hugely significant powerhouse of commerce, culture and sport, the city’s profile has never been greater.


2 Tony Wilson Place, First Street,
Manchester M15 4FN
0161 200 1500

Set in a brand new purpose built venue, HOME is Manchester’s new space for international theatre, contemporary visual art and film, formed by the merger of two of Manchester’s best-loved arts organisations, Cornerhouse and the Library Theatre Company. HOME is more than stage and screen, however: a centre for co-production, collaboration and artistic creation; it will be dedicated to new ideas and new experiences for people of all ages.

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Watershed | Bristol

"New technology, the arts and a vibrant youth culture have helped to make this one of Britain's most cutting edge cities."
The Rough Guide European Green Capital 2015

Bristol is the largest centre of culture, employment and education in the South West. It is a unique city, one that is as cultural and creative as it is historic.


1 Canons Road, Harbourside,
Bristol, BS1 5TX
0117 927 5100

Set in Grade II listed, accessible, transit sheds on Bristol’s historic Harbourside Watershed works across the Cultural and Creative Industries as a catalyst and connector, innovating at the intersection of society, arts and technology. Watershed is part of a Bristol cultural eco system that is ambitious, unorthodox, defiantly independent, and passionate about the city we are proud to call home. Watershed is a fully accessible building adapted to make your visit as easy as possible. Find out more here on our Access page.

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No Boundaries 2015 took place on 29-30 Sept 2015
at Home Manchester and Watershed Bristol

No Boundaries is the industry conference for the Arts, museums and libraries, with a focus on presenting questions and challenging new ideas on the role of arts and culture, finding positive approaches to influence change and supporting the sector’s growth in a world of unknowns.

Over 400 delegates from across the Arts and culture sector attended No Boundaries, which took place at Watershed Bristol and HOME Manchester. The venues were provided a live-linked to seamlessly broadcast talks between both spaces and onto the web. No Boundaries prioritises access so that all can take part.

The two-day format allowed time for self organised discussion, networking and reflection around five formal contributor sessions. An array of national and international contributors spoke to five themes relevant to issues facing the industry:

Can we exercise freedom of expression?

Are we nurturing tomorrow’s talent?

How does the money flow?

Can we do things differently?

What does success look like?


“If you don’t like something, change it.
If you can’t change it, change your attitude.”

Maya Angelou