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. 

Francilla Seaton
London, UK

'I'm a fine artist working in mediums such as paint, photograms and print making including etching. I originally studied fashion and textiles, though I had a talent for drawing from an early age, making extra ‘pocket money’ creating portraits and art work for friends at school, a particular favourite were my pencil drawings of page three models. I moved from Luton to London in 2009 to study fine art at Kingston University, where I developed my practice Zions-i Art to Inspire, Motivate & Uplift.'

Continuing my final year project Genesis Timelines and Maps, attempting to turn black history into a London Underground style map where each ‘station’ is a creative interpretation of a significant event in our timeline. Informed by research, creating exciting work which combine science and art. My creative style is architectural graphic, graffiti wide-style accents, sprinkled with cosmic elements to give an ethereal vibe allows play with illusion of travelling back and forward through time.