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Review: Car Park King at Theatre Deli

On paper, there should be a lot to like about Jess McDonagh’s Car Park King. Billed as ‘Horrible Histories for grown ups’ by the...

Review: Build a Rocket at Theatre Deli

Build a Rocket follows nearly two decades in the life of Yasmin (Serena Manteghi), a teenage single mum whose story treads a very familiar...

It’s True, It’s True, It’s True at Theatre Deli

Blending Renaissance history into modern commentary, It’s True, It’s True, It’s True is a ferociously feminist retelling of the 1612 trial of Agostino Tassi,...

Review: Blokes, Fellas, and Geezers at Theatre Deli

The title summaries it all; this one-man performance is an exploration of all things patriarchal and masculine as protagonist Jake (played by Jake Jarratt)...

Review: 100 Years at Theatre Deli

Inspired by Gabriel García Márquez’s landmark 1967 novel, 100 Years shamelessly turns the pivotal novel of magical realism into a one woman show. Tamsin...

Review: Forget Me Not – The Alzheimer’s Whodunit at Theatre Deli

When tragedy is combined with comedy, it can often generate an emotional impulse of helplessness. To this observation, Rob Gee responded in an interview...

Review: Five Years at Theatre Deli

Neal Pike produces a raw, intimate, and absorbing performance in his play, Five Years, with sign language interpretation from Sue Lee. Written and performed...

Q&A with actor and writer Rob Gee

Rob Gee is a writer, poet, and comedian based in Leicester, whose best works include plays, Kevin, King of Egypt and Death. He is...

Review: B.A.R.E at Theatre Deli

Duong Trieu Nguyen’s one man show based on his own personal experiences of online dating as a queer Asian man, creates an intimate, shared...

Preview: Same Same Different at Theatre Deli

This week Sheffield audiences can enjoy a new play at the Theatre Deli. Same Same Different is a verbatim play from Naomi Sumner, inspired...

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