Theatre Deli turns 10 this year, and celebrates with loads of super exciting annoucements! New partnerships, shows, seasons, activities and much, much more! Read more
As part of of our celebrations and reflections on the last decade, we are launching a new podcast series where we talk to the theatremakers, artists and performers who are inspiring a new generation of practitioners across the UK. Read more
Theatre Deli enables more opportunities for people to make and experience art & theatre.
We passionately believe in the social, psychological, political and economic benefits of making and experience art and culture. Our mission is to enable people to make art for themselves, for others and for their communities. We want creativity to be interwoven into our everyday lives. Read more
Forced Entertainment and Theatre Deli present: Art Breakers, a mash-up performance company for young people in Sheffield.
The Stage reported on the union BECTU’s decision to raise theatre staff pay to national minimum wage.
Get to know Zarah Hussain, the artist responsible for #188Hexagons at Deli Broadgate!
Dive into a day in the life of one of our fearless leaders, Jess Brewster!
19 February - 12 May 2018
Come visit our artist of the month, Zarah Hussain Read more
As 2018 falls to a zombie apocalypse, Tom and Bunny begin their perilous journey to Yorkshire in quest of sanctuary and a proper cup of tea. From the creators of the award-winning sellout hit Buzz: A New Musical comes a gender-stereotype destroying, black and bloody comedy with a live folk soundtrack. Join Tom and Bunny as they discover what it is to be British in a crisis. Read more
The world has ended and we’re still here!
Forest Sounds Theatre take-over Theatre Deli in two full-on nights of immersive theatre, featuring work from the best artists and performers in the North today, supported by the Arts Council.
Join us for post-apocalypse church, a funky DJ and training in the ancient practice of ‘partying’. NSA and secret police welcome.
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
Just a few ways in which we reduce our carbon footprint. Read more
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.
Subscribe to the podcast at iTunes