London | Leadenhall Street

Theatre Deli exists to develop and grow people’s cultural and creative lives and we are thrilled to do this right in the heart of the City of London.

Theatre Deli's London venue on Leadenhall Street offers a wide variety of activities and unique spaces. With its incredible location our space has quickly become a cultural hub for this fantastic area and we are proud to host some of the country’s most exciting artists and creatives.

If you’re not rehearsing a project just yet you can get involved in some of the fantastic classes and activities we host. From Aikido to improv, we are sure you will find something to continue your training.

All London activity currently takes place at 107 Leadenhall Street, EC3A 4AF. 

Denisha Anderson

Denisha Anderson centres her work around a fascination with humanity. Her varied practice displays an ability to explore all realms within photography; documentary, fashion and portraiture; however the key themes of identity, race and gender remain. Her desire to speak cultural truths and reveal injustice has lead to travel being a key part of her practice. Anderson is able to make the unfamiliar recognisable and manages to create images revealing the beauty in our shared human experiences.

Highlights of Anderson’s career include debuting long-term project MAN which explores learned roles across gender and desire at the V&A in 2018, a feature in Magenta Flash Forward catalogue 2017, which then lead to a self-published a limited-edition book; Bikes and Bridges. Her years spent working in film and photography alongside Spike Lee, Daniel Mulloy and Joost Vandebrug helped to inspire her unique eye to this day.