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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

  • Dirty Work (The Late Shift)

    In Dirty Work (The Late Shift) two performers conjure an extraordinary performance in a collaborative and competitive act of description. From theatrical spectacle to historical events, daily life to impossible feats, cabaret to political speeches, and from sublime beauty to vivid terrors, everything is here, in provocative, intimate and comical style. Read more

  • 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

Deli News

  • Notes from a Resident Artist

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

  • 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