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Horror Souk

Horror Souk

Opens Halloween!

Monday – Saturday
31st October – 22nd November 2014
Entry times: 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm

Theatre Delicatessen North

17 The Moor, Sheffield, S1 4PF

£5/4 concessions. Inside pay what you decide.

Featuring: Claire Potter, Hidden Track, Forest Sounds Theatre, Frolicked, Laura Murphy, Punkture, Rationale, Rebecca Caputo & Tara Baker.

This Halloween, a new kind of market is coming to The Moor: Horror Souk.

On sale are not your normal goods and services. Here, in a cavernous long forgotten shopping complex, you can buy fear, frights and freak outs. Featuring 8 brand new pieces of immersive performance by emerging artists, who need you to experiment on.

You get to pay what you decide directly to the artists.
Come and face your fear, Frankenstein…

The Development

The Development

Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays

13th of November – 20th of December 2014
8:15pm – late

The Basement, 119 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3DA

£12/£10 concessions

By Soundboxed in association with Theatre Delicatessen

SoundBoxed Collective’s Jane Smith and Jeremiah formally invite you to exclusive Private Member’s Club: THE DEVELOPMENT. Join us in our safe space – away from the hectic bustle of the metropolis.

Melding striking sound structures with physical dynamism, dark comedic characters and gently inviting audience participation; the evening transforms from a theatrical piece into an energy-fuelled night of drinking, dancing & socialising in the private basement bar and performance space.

The Space Is In Between Us

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Wednesday – Saturday
5th of November – 29th of November 2014
7:30 pm

The 4th Floor Studio, 119 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3DA

£12/£10 concessions

By Alexandra Baybutt and Dávid Somló in association with Theatre Delicatessen


The Space is In Between Us  a unique sound and movement piece by artists Alexandra Baybutt & David Somlo. The work created will be responsive – with live music from David, and improvised dance and movement from Alexandra. It breaks with theatrical convention and invites you to be part of a temporary community – one exploring the decisions we make, the patterns we create, and the traces we leave behind.