Hope Works is on old WW1 gun barrel factory, now a place of creativity and expression. It's a revolving gallery of art and music located in the industrial heartland of Sheffield, in the area where makers still make and doers do, but only a 10 minute walk from the train station and city centre. It’s the base of operations for No Bounds Festival, curated and produced by Lo Shea who also programs Hope Works all year round. In 2019 Hope Works began a new residency programme with Batu, rRoxymore, Willow, Rian Treanor, 96 Back and Ifeoluwa joining Lo Shea and Chris Duckenfield as the resident team for Hope Works/No Bounds. We continue to offer support and opportunity to new talent locally and internationally and believe great sound, visual production and diversity in our programming creates a richer experience for all.