Bold Place is a vision of what a creative business space should be, welcoming and inclusive, focused on empowering women and LGBTQIA creatives and providing a space for exploration and escape.
Bold Place is nestled in between the historic and the contemporary at the top of Bold Street and next to St Luke’s ‘Bombed Out’ Church.
It is comprised of eight unique bright and airy Wi-Fi supported working spaces with views looking out over the Bombed Out Church and their soon to be pretty garden, a communal workspace for group workshops and activities, bathroom and kitchen.
Their multi-purpose community workshop space is home to their very own Bold Vision CIC, providing workshops, talks and networking for the female community of Liverpool.
In doing so they aim to support women’s mental health and wellbeing, helping the community to express themselves through creativity. Utilising the skills of resident creatives and outside practitioners and organisations, they hope to promote the Arts as a valuable career and support current and future creatives and women from all backgrounds.
They currently have 5 spaces for rent ranging in size from £310- £350 per month including Wi-Fi and utility bills and their intention is each creative business (if they do so wish) will have the opportunity to host one workshop in their community space per month which will be paid for by Bold Vision CIC.
Each space is unique, and the building is a must see, they fell in love with it instantly and are sure everyone who ventures through their doors will feel the same.
See their website here.