Art Breakers

Forced Entertainment and Theatre Deli present: Art Breakers, a mash-up performance company for young people in Sheffield.


Author: Jessica Brewster

Location: Theatre Deli,202 Eyre Street, Sheffield

Theatre Deli at Barbican OpenFest

Step back into the 1960's and come and help our 'pop-up' architects firm create a cultural utopia, as part of the Barbican's wonderful Open Fest


Author: Jessica Brewster

Louise Orwin - #Delipod // Extra! Extra!

Following on from storming Edinburgh Festival last summer, Louise Orwin is bringing back her electrifying show 'A Girl and A Gun' for what she threatens is the last time. As it opens this week - and runs 14th - 18th March at the Vault Festival - we thought we would treat you to a little extract from our stunning conversation with Louise....


Author: Roland Smith

The Nursery Theatre Improv FAQ

Confused by what improv actually is? Here's everything you need to know from Improv Experts and Broadgate Residents, The Nursery Theatre.


Author: Jessica Brewster

What's on

  • 188 Hexagons - Zarah Hussain

    19 February - 12 April 2018
    Come visit our artist of the month, Zarah Hussain Read more

  • Playground

    A play group for makers of participatory performance. A 12 week course, every Tuesday evening, for people wanting to explore design strategies of games and larp to co-create original participatory performance works. Read more

  • A Night of Music at the Old Library

    Theatre Delicatessen and Creating Ground are proud to present the third Night of Music at the Old Library - featuring Live Music and DJ sets spanning across genres and continents. Read more

Deli News

  • 9 ways bars can reduce environmental impact

    Just a few ways in which we reduce our carbon footprint. Read more

  • Nadia Latif - #DeliPod // episode 5

    Nadia Latif has forged an extraordinary and outspoken path through the early part of her career. Her perspective as female director of colour, is vital in our shared cultural landscape - but sadly made her a lightning rod for controversy.

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