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Theatre Deli are excited to announce their Artist Residencies & Support Programme for Winter and Spring 2019.

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Author: Emma Blackman

Should Theatres Pay National Minimum Wage?

The Stage reported on the union BECTU’s decision to raise theatre staff pay to national minimum wage.

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Author: Danielle Florence

Notes from a Resident Artist

Read on to find out about Grace Gibson's experience in our residency programme.

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Author: Danielle Florence

Vinay Patel on the #DeliPod

Vinay Patel has established himself as a vital voice in rising cultural generation.

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Author: Roland Smith

What's on

  • A Christmas Carol- An Immersive Dining Experience

    30th November-16th December The Guild of Misrule return to Theatre Deli for the yet another year to present a rousing rendition of this timeless classic, served over a two-course Christmas feast cooked up by local suppliers. Read more

  • Beauty & The Beast

    She’s grotesque. A possessive beast of a woman, to be sure. But look on the bright side, Beau: she's got a lovely personality. Somewhere. Under all the fur. Read more

  • House of Q Cabaret, A Very Deli Christmas

    Don’t miss out on this chance to see world class cabaret for the last time ...this year. Read more

Deli News

  • Notes from a Resident Artist

    Read on to find out about Grace Gibson's experience in our residency programme. Read more

  • Why the critic is no friend of mine

    In response to Mark Shenton's article in The Stage, Co-artistic Director Roland Smith explains that however vital critics have been to his career and the development of Theatre Deli, he would find it hard to ever call a critic a friend. Read more

  • Our response to Sadiq Khan's call to save London Culture

    Today The Stage leads with a call from Sadiq Khan to save cultural space by working with property developers. Here's what Jess Brewster, Co-Artistic Director, thinks. Read more