Sheffield

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

What's On

  • Lands

    New show by the award-winning company, Antler, is a playful, intimate dissection of a relationship teetering on the edge of collapse. Exploring the impossibility of relationships, our inability to understand one another, and the lands we isolate ourselves on, this is an absurd tragi-comedy for our times. Read more

  • The Netherlands

    The Netherlands isn’t about travel, it’s about being the parent of a child with a learning disability in an often unhelpful world. It’s about finding out, despite yourself, that The Netherlands is a beautiful, wonderful country. Read more

  • Gutted

    Liz has got an embarrassing problem, and these yogurts aren’t helping: her body’s acting up. Touring after acclaimed performances across the UK, Gutted is Liz Richardson’s story as she tells it, living as a twenty-something with an inflammatory bowel disease. Read more

  • Pricks

    I've had over 70,000 pricks… Of the medical kind. This is my chance to set the record straight about Type 1 diabetics like me. Despite what people say, I'm not bankrupting the NHS. And I can eat a cake – a whole bloody cake – if I want to. Read more

  • Canary

    Meet the Canaries, a motley crew of munitions workers doing their bit for the war effort. Factory life seems perfect until an air raid sends them on an explosive journey through euphoric emancipation, forbidden friendships and anarchic dreams. Read more

  • Don't Forget the Birds

    The true story of a mother and a daughter. Prison took one away. On release, their heartbreaking challenge was to find the other and themselves again. Read more

  • DOGMATIC

    Jamal used to be dogmatic. Well, he still slightly is. But now he is more open to hearing different opinions. Exploring free speech, Facebook debates, police brutality, privilege and self reflection. Read more

  • Women of Aktion

    It's the 1930s and a young Joan Littlewood has walked out of RADA and stomped her way north, searching for the revolution. She reaches Manchester and finds kindred spirits - at Rusholme Rep! Read more

  • Dirty Work (The Late Shift)

    In Dirty Work (The Late Shift) two performers conjure an extraordinary performance in a collaborative and competitive act of description. From theatrical spectacle to historical events, daily life to impossible feats, cabaret to political speeches, and from sublime beauty to vivid terrors, everything is here, in provocative, intimate and comical style. Read more

  • Dirty Work (The Late Shift)

    In Dirty Work (The Late Shift) two performers conjure an extraordinary performance in a collaborative and competitive act of description. From theatrical spectacle to historical events, daily life to impossible feats, cabaret to political speeches, and from sublime beauty to vivid terrors, everything is here, in provocative, intimate and comical style. Read more

  • Dirty Work (The Late Shift)

    In Dirty Work (The Late Shift) two performers conjure an extraordinary performance in a collaborative and competitive act of description. From theatrical spectacle to historical events, daily life to impossible feats, cabaret to political speeches, and from sublime beauty to vivid terrors, everything is here, in provocative, intimate and comical style. Read more

  • A Christmas Carol- An Immersive Dining Experience

    30th November-16th December The Guild of Misrule return to Theatre Deli for the yet another year to present a rousing rendition of this timeless classic, served over a two-course Christmas feast cooked up by local suppliers. Read more

  • Beauty & The Beast

    She’s grotesque. A possessive beast of a woman, to be sure. But look on the bright side, Beau: she's got a lovely personality. Somewhere. Under all the fur. Read more