Your Visit

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Meet our 2022 Resident Artists

Introducing Theatre Deli's 2022 resident artists in our biggest residency programme to date. Read more

Call Out: Deli Meets

We’re calling out for workshops, skill-swaps and socials for our 2022 Deli Meets programme! Deadline: Sunday 31st July 2022 Read more

Artist Call Outs

Listing of upcoming artist call outs with Theatre Deli. Read more

Our Accessibility Policy

Announcing Theatre Deli's new accessibility policy, covering our artistic programme, artist support, venues and communication. Read more

Black History Month Exhibition Call Out

We are seeking the work of Black artists to exhibit at our venues this October Read more

2021 Artist Residencies

Meet our Theatre Deli Residency Artists for 2021, developing new work in Sheffield and London. Read more

Artist Jam

With these open sessions artists are able to drop in and use any of the Sheffield spaces that are free, and share those spaces with other artists on a Pay As You Feel basis.  Artists from different disciplines are encouraged to train together to promote interdisciplinary work and enhance their artist network. Read more

Covid-19 Venue Guidelines

Please note that health and safety measures are in place at Theatre Deli to protect our customers, artists and staff from Covid-19. We will update these in accordance with guidance from the Government and local health authorities. Read more

What is an artist residency?

Theatre Deli offers artist residencies, but ‘residency’ can mean different things to different organisations within the arts industry. We explain a bit more about what an artist residency can entail. Read more

Partnering with Theatre Deli

Theatre Deli has thirteen years experience experience of working in partnership with commercial property owners. Its work has helped landlords make crucial savings while waiting on consent or funding for development, or for the right buyer to come along, while providing support for performance artists and a resource for local communities who might otherwise view empty buildings as a blight. Read more


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Freya Tewelde

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Ella Dale

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Gemma Barnett

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Angel Correa

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