Devised theatre - Why does it take so long?

Seemia Theatre are our current Artist Residents. Read on to get a taste of their creative process.


Author: Danielle Florence

Theatre Deli Turns 10!

Theatre Deli turns 10 this year, and celebrates with loads of super exciting annoucements! New partnerships, shows, seasons, activities and much, much more!


Author: Jessica Brewster

Events & Sales Coordinator, Old Library

An exciting opportunity for an Events & Sales Coordinator in Burgess Park.


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

  • Be a Man Exhibition

    We’re teaming up with Dark Yellow Dot and a number of local artists to use visual art as a medium to talk about male mental health and what it really means to be a man. Read more

  • Mask Making Workshop + Carnival Parade Participation

    Work with Mandinga Arts to create a headdress, an ornament, or a skull to create your own Dia de Los Muertos look. Read more

  • Making Mondays

    Making Mondays are a series of workshops that explore art as a key tool in improving everyday well-being. All are welcome. Read more

Deli News

  • Art Breakers Returns to Theatre Deli Sheffield this Term

    Art Breakers is back!  The out-of-the-ordinary performance group for young people in Sheffield, run by theatre innovators Forced Entertainment in partnership with us here Theatre Deli Sheffield, returns this September. 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