By order of the Peaky Blinders, I am obliged to inform you that the smash immersive experience in London has extended its run. As you might have already guessed, it centres around Tommy Shelby’s gang, and has been running in the capital since last summer. The show may have aired its final episode earlier this year, but this journey is just getting started, with dates now available until May 2023.
Peaky Blinders: The Rise takes place at The Vanguard Theatre in Camden Garrison, near to Solomon’s Yard which fanatics may recall is the home of Alfie Solomons (Tom Hardy). This handily lays down the tone for the premise of the experience, set in the season two sphere of 1920s London.
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The event to whisks guests away with a 360-degree theatre show set in the world of the stars of the show. There are drinks, there is dancing, and there is scheming with the Peaky Blinders.
Live actors (including Tommy Shelby played by Craig Hamilton) will take you through the show’s iconic settings, such as the betting shop in Small Health. You’ll take part in an important meeting at the warehouse of the Shelbys in Camden and, as you’ll often see in Peaky Blinders, kick back with a drink in the pub. But don’t get too comfortable, as you know some kind of trouble can always be around the corner.
Taking place at The Camden Garrison in London’s Camden Market, just moments away from the setting for Solomons’ Yard from the popular TV series, PEAKY BLINDERS: THE RISE follows the rise in the fortunes of the Shelby family with unfolding storylines, secrets and subplots that give players the opportunity to use their guile, craftiness and cunning to determine the success of the Peaky Blinders.
Tommy Shelby hopes to complete his London expansion, and you’re coming along for the ride with him as he meets Solomons at his Camden warehouse. Chuck on your attire and head out on the quest, filled with subplots and storylines to shape your path to realise the Peaky Blinders London ambition. You can sip on a beer at the Camden Garrison pub, featuring the actual bar from the show, and help out Tommy Shelby with his affairs with your ears to the ground for anything afoot.
Brian Hook, Co-Owner of Immersive Everywhere, said: “Peaky Blinders: The Rise takes a step beyond the immersive theatre tradition and passive participation and, instead, gives guests a role in in the unfolding storyline.
“The plot is full of twists and turns with mysteries and secrets to uncover at every juncture and how you play your part, determines how the story ends– will you become a small time criminal, a member of a rival gang or will you be a loyal associate of the Peaky Blinders?”
Peaky Blinders: The Rise is running until May 2023, and you can book your tickets here.