Theatre Delicatessen explores text-based theatre through working with ensemble casts, and creating immersive performances inspired by alternative performance spaces.
In February 2011, Theatre Delicatessen was profiled in The Observer as one of the “Bright Young Things Changing British Theatre”
Over the last 4 years, Theatre Delicatessen has conceived, created and managed performance spaces in a derelict college building between Selfridges and St Christopher’s Place on the fringes of London’s Oxford Street, and a disused workshop at 295 Regents Street. In doing so, they have pioneered ongoing collaboration with a wide range of stakeholders in the commercial sector – through in-kind contribution of buildings, organising fundraising corporate events and donations.
This entrepreneurial approach – of approaching private companies as prospective collaborators, rather than simply as sponsors – has been an important part of the company’s success to date