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. 

Fiona Williams
London, UK


'I grew up in a very creative household. Age 7 I won my primary schools painting competition. At secondary school, my art work took on a decorative nature. I took an Art Foundation course at Reading College of Art & Design, followed by a B.A in Textile Design at Central St Martins. On leaving St Martins I worked at Gallery of Antique Costume and Textiles (then located in Marylebone) for several years. There I further developed my passion for pattern and textiles which now informs some of my work.'

My paintings engage with my everyday life; the sensations stirred by my own immediate physical and emotional environment, interactions with friends, family relationships, fleeting moments in time. My work is at times informed by my Jamaican heritage, and also at times representations drawn from the emotions related to freedom and escape from the strict religious sect I was bought up in. When translating a memory or a mood onto canvas, selection of colour and facial expression are key to me.