Sheffield

Our venue in the North, popping up in old buildings and supporting artists across Sheffield.

What's On

  • Tales of Whatever- Race

    “As much as racism might piss me off, I’d never want to have been born anyone other than myself in this culture and time.” - Akala Read more

  • Oh Yes Oh No

    This is a show about having sexual fantasies that might not align with your politics. It’s about trying to understand what you want, and wondering how the hell to ask for it- especially when that can sometimes be the hardest thing. Read more

  • Oh Yes Oh No

    This is a show about having sexual fantasies that might not align with your politics. It’s about trying to understand what you want, and wondering how the hell to ask for it- especially when that can sometimes be the hardest thing. Read more

  • Workshop- Oh Yes Oh No

    This is a workshop for those who want to get to know more about their own desire, in a safe space. Read more

  • My Name is Rachel Corrie

    March 2003. The Gaza Strip. 23 year old Rachel Corrie stands between a Palestinian house and an armoured bulldozer. Read more

  • My Name is Rachel Corrie

    March 2003. The Gaza Strip. 23 year old Rachel Corrie stands between a Palestinian house and an armoured bulldozer. Read more

  • My Name is Rachel Corrie

    March 2003. The Gaza Strip. 23 year old Rachel Corrie stands between a Palestinian house and an armoured bulldozer. Read more

  • My Name is Rachel Corrie

    March 2003. The Gaza Strip. 23 year old Rachel Corrie stands between a Palestinian house and an armoured bulldozer. Read more

  • Behind the Curtain : A Night With the Directors

    We are honoured to be joined by three incredible female minority theatre directors, who, have all worked so hard in journeying to and being in the positions they are in today. Read more

  • Same Same Different

    SAME SAME DIFFERENT is a new verbatim play about adoption, identity and belonging, sharing stories gathered from adoptees living all over the world. Read more

  • Festival of Debate- OUR PLANET HUB DAY

    In the face of overwhelming scientific evidence of man-made climate change, how do we take action to significantly reduce our impact on the world? The challenge can seem too big, too daunting, and while knowledge and understanding are important, just as important is a belief that we can change things for the better. Read more

  • Festival of Debate- ClimateKeys

    ClimateKeys follows the Festival of Debate OUR PLANET HUB DAY. Music, talk and audience dialogue in response to the climate crisis. Read more

  • Freeman

    Following its critically acclaimed sold out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Freeman comes to Theatre Deli Sheffield. Read more

  • Freeman

    Following its critically acclaimed sold out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Freeman comes to Theatre Deli Sheffield. Read more

  • Freeman

    Following its critically acclaimed sold out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Freeman comes to Theatre Deli Sheffield. Read more

  • Tales of Whatever- Nation

    Welcome to another special from Tales Of Whatever. This time we tackle the season’s second theme- Nationality. Read more

  • Jeremiah

    From the critically-acclaimed rap storyteller behind Grandad and the Machine comes a raucous new show with live music about England’s forgotten revolution. Read more

  • Far Gone

    Okumu is an innocent boy living with a good family in Northern Uganda. When his village is attacked by Joseph Kony’s Lords Resistance Army (LRA), him and his brother are captured and their lives are forever changed. Read more

  • Far Gone

    Okumu is an innocent boy living with a good family in Northern Uganda. When his village is attacked by Joseph Kony’s Lords Resistance Army (LRA), him and his brother are captured and their lives are forever changed. Read more

  • Far Gone

    Okumu is an innocent boy living with a good family in Northern Uganda. When his village is attacked by Joseph Kony’s Lords Resistance Army (LRA), him and his brother are captured and their lives are forever changed. Read more

  • Far Gone

    Okumu is an innocent boy living with a good family in Northern Uganda. When his village is attacked by Joseph Kony’s Lords Resistance Army (LRA), him and his brother are captured and their lives are forever changed. Read more