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Theater Deli moves into third home in Sheffield, plans to open in autumn UK News

Theater Deli is moving to Cuthbert House on Arley Street in Highfield, just outside the town centre.

The theatre, which specializes in making use of city center sites that would otherwise have remained empty, started life in London in 2009, where it continues to be based.

It first moved to Sheffield in 2014, when it took over the former Woolworths store on The Moor. The next move was to Eyre Street at the bottom of The Moor in 2017, when the theater took over a former Mothercare store.

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The new home of Theater Deli in the Denby Suite at Cuthbert House on Arley Street, Highfield, Sheffield. The public will be able to visit the new location this fall

The building was sold and the Deli Theater had to negotiate an extension of its lease to set up its December theater program. Nathan Geering, Co-Artistic Director of the Deli Theatre, said to announce the location of our new home in Sheffield: the Denby Suite at Cuthbert House, which will provide rehearsal studios and performance space.

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“On the corner of London Road and just a five minute walk from our old building in Eyre Street, the new venue is a welcome partnership with the Sheffield organization CADS (Creative Arts Development Space).

“In line with our nationally acclaimed accessibility policy announced earlier this year, the new ground floor space is wheelchair accessible and contains an accessible washroom.

The Denby Suite will be our third location in Sheffield and 13th nationwide, including the new London base in the City of London, which will open in July. “We are currently looking for a designer to transform the new space in Sheffield over the summer, ready to officially welcome the public in autumn 2022. “We are delighted to have secured a new space that the artists and public of Sheffield will once again be able to call their home.We have lots of exciting things planned in the coming months, so watch this space.

The Eyre Street site hosted the Migration Matters Festival, the largest refugee week festival in the UK. The festival takes place this year from June 17 to 25 in various places in the city.

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Source: www.thestar.co.uk
This notice was published: 2022-06-02 18:34:43

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