Tue 25 & Wed 26 Feb 2014
No Boundaries was held in two locations, Watershed in Bristol and at The Guildhall in York, with each venue providing unique experiences and a live-link to seamlessly broadcast talks between both spaces.
"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
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.
"York is the North’s most compelling city, a place whose history, said George VI, is the history of England”. The Rough Guide
The historic city of York enjoys a rich heritage and a vibrant and lively cultural scene with a variety of festivals and events throughout the year.
St Helens Square
The Guildhall, situated in the centre of York on the River Ouse, is a beautiful hall built in the 15th century that served as a meeting place of the Guild of York. Award-winning International Touring Theatre Company Pilot Theatre will transform this space into a warm and welcoming space for No Boundaries 2014.
The Guildhall will be fully accessible to make your visit as easy as possible. Find out more on our Access page.