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Deli London's latest venture in the heart of the city!
Theatre Deli exists to enrich and enlarge people’s cultural and creative lives. We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to do this right in the heart of the City of London as part of the Broadgate community.
With a wide variety of activities and unique spaces on offer, Theatre Deli Broadgate is quickly becoming the cultural hub of the area. We're pleased to house a Cafe/Bar, Creative Desk Space, Rehearsal Studios, and The Nursery Theatre.
General Manager - Sheffield
Tech Manager - Sheffield
The one woman powerhouse in charge of all things electrical and fixing most physical and emotional meltdowns!
Nathan specialises in accessibility innovation and strives to make work that heightens accessibility for both disabled and non disabled artists and audiences. He was the Artistic Director of the 2017 Special Olympics Opening Ceremony which saw him bring together over 200 disabled and non disabled artists to perform in front of a live audience of 16,000 people.His passion for innovating cutting edge technologies and accessibility within dance, theatre, music production and art has lead him to develop the multi-award winning Rationale Method of Audio Description which utilises the skills of beatboxers and poets to provide a richer soundscape for people with visual impairment.Recent years have seen Nathan become a TEDx speaker, published author and multi-award winning film maker. He has featured on BBC television and worked with the likes of the National Theatre, The Royal Opera House, Wayne McGregor, British Council and Singapore Repertory Theatre.Nathan is also part of the Sheffield Race Equality Commission and champions racial equality and diversity with the arts and beyond.He continues to implement his work both nationally and internationally and strives to provide opportunities that make art accessible for all.
Ryan David Harston is a South Yorkshire born and bred artist, and the artistic director of URBANconceptz, a theatre and film collective. Ryan creates work internationally across multiple disciplines, and mediums. He pulls from his influences and inspirations as a working-class, streetwise individual and ejects emotion, experience and equality into his work. Ryan's creative work is often extremely raw, gritty, and energetic and he aims to leave those who experience his work with thought-provoking memories and reflections. Ryan's aim as an artist is to transform his work each time he approaches a new project, with the aim of leaving audiences not quite able to put a finger on his work or place him in a box.
Pam Fraser Solomon MA, DTLLS, FRSA is an award-winning producer/director. She was a senior BBC Drama producer and has directed over a hundred hours of audio dramas.
Her television drama productions include producing EastEnders and Holby City. Pam was also the development producer for the BBC short film One Night In White Satin. Pam is a documentary producer and was an executive producer of BBC2’s award-winning Moira Stuart In Search of Wilberforce and a script editor for the autobiographical feature film Farming.
Pam was born in Guyana. She has an MA from Middlesex University and has had conference papers accepted for presentation by a number of institutions, including the University of London School of Advanced Study and Les Amis de la Maison Baldwin. Pam trained at Mountview and developed a career in fringe and repertory theatre working for venues including the Sheffield Crucible and Theatre Royal Stratford East.
Pam is currently producing a feature film and audio productions. She is Head of MA in Creative Producing at Mountview.
Jo has been Executive Producer for award-winning company 1927 since their Edinburgh Fringe debut, overseeing multiple London seasons, national and international co-productions and touring to 32 countries across 5 continents. She is also Producer for Kazuko Hohki and Director of the Total Theatre Awards. She was previously Executive Director of Ridiculusmus and Director of Your Imagination.
Studio Assistant - London
Aleks is a dancer/choreographer, dance anthropologist and philosopher. He has performed and toured internationally across Asia and Europe and finally found his home in London. He creates through a posthuman theatre lab Meta-Body. Aleks spends a lot of time thinking about new movement patterns and taking amateur photos of local cats.
Colourful creature usually found behind the scenes, Mags works in the arts helping creating various shapes of entertainment. At Theatre Deli, they will assist you with any needs while in our London Studios.
David Hinds ACMA is a Senior Finance Manager who has worked in the construction industry for over 20 years, providing financial support and strategy implementation of building project management in London & the Southeast. David has a keen interest in theatre along with a member of his family who is a young director active in the industry and led him to Theatre Deli. David is now a member of the Finance subcommittee.
Passionate about connecting people and the arts, Grace completed her CIM Diploma in Professional Marketing in Sheffield while working at dance and circus organisation Déda in Derby.
Studio & Bar Manager - London
Jen Quinn is a theatre creator, director, dramaturg and producer who has worked numerous bar jobs throughout her freelance career. Originally from Canada she has worked her way west from Vancouver Island, British Colombia to Montreal, Quebec and now calls London, UK home. She has worked in English, French and Spanish and hopes that this list keeps growing. Her work has been seen at the Victoria and Montréal Fringe Festivals as well as Toronto’s SummerWorks Performance Festival where she received an Honourable Mention in the Canadian Stage Award for Direction. Jen was the Head Administrator of Montréal’s tiny artist collective performance studio, The Freestanding Room, where she founded, curated and produced the ShortStanding Festival of Short Performances. Jen is currently Artistic Associate for Directors Lab North (Toronto) and a founding board member for MTL Clowns, the organization that produces Le Festival des Clowns de Montréal annually. Her work is grounded in feminism, visual storytelling and new play development and tends towards intimate performances in non-traditional spaces. Different styles, forms and mediums merge and mix, often in immersive installation design. Whenever possible she uses recycled materials and makes eco-conscious decisions regarding the design and execution of her productions.
Executive Director & CEO
David is a producer, theatre manager, and production manager. Before joining Theatre Deli he was Executive Director of The Bunker Theatre having joined the theatre as General Manager in 2017, and was Associate Producer of The Hope Theatre. He also produces theatre with his company, Loose Tongue, and writes plays. Productions for The Bunker include the sell-out My White Best Friend (and other letters left unsaid) festival, This is Black, Breaking Out, Germ Free Adolescent, Little Miss Burden (co-production with Harts Theatre), Where Do We Go Next?, We Anchor in Hope and Killymuck/Box Clever (co-productions with W14 Productions). Other productions include The Trick (Bush Theatre/HighTide), Sea Fret (Old Red Lion Theatre/HighTide Festival), Hotel Europe (Green Rooms Hotel/Old Red Lion Theatre), Brimstone & Treacle, The Wild Party, Steel Magnolias, Sea Life, The Window/Blank Pages (The Hope Theatre). As Associate Producer: Her Aching Heart (LWL Productions/The Hope Theatre). David is a recipient of the Stage One New Producers Bursary.
Clive has retired after 40 years working in the City as an investment manager. His keen personal and family interest in theatre led him to Theatre Deli where he is now a member of the Finance subcommittee.
Company Producer - London
Her motivation is the desire to fully transport an audience, allowing them the time to be absorbed by an alternate reality and a space to reconnect with their imaginations and be playful.
Anette Ollerearnshaw is a performing arts professional who boasts a wide range of expertise rooted in technical, production and creative management, which she gained through her engagements at the forefront of world-leading arts organisations and higher education providers.
She works with established and emerging talent from across the collaborative arts and specialises in leading dynamic and complex teams at the intersection of activity, materials, spaces and the sense thereof.
From 2014-20 as Trustee Director, Anette was an active board member at the Association of British Theatre Technicians (ABTT). She continues to contribute to setting and upholding standards in technical excellence, safety and compliance for theatre and live performance as author of a regular feature titled ‘Training and Education’ for the industry magazine ‘Sightline’ and as Founder of the ABTT Wigs, Hair & Make-up community.
Jesse trained as a Chartered Surveyor in London before running a property investment firm. He produced plays at Edinburgh, The Arcola Theatre and The Park Theatre. He joined Theatre Deli as a board member in January 2016, recognising his skill and experience within property and theatre might be of use, and as a supporter of the organisation. He still works in property and is now developing his slate as a film producer.
Venue Manager - London
Theatre maker, shortstop, sequin enthusiast.
Peter’s finest achievements at Theatre Deli are opening a bottle of wine with a drill and a screw and opening a multipurpose arts and community hub in the middle of London’s busy finance district - also with a drill and a screw, and an awesome team doing most of the work. Peter also co-directs Les Foules Theatre, plays shortstop for the London Capitals, and keeps rhythm with Erik Wellington & The Junkers.