The performance lasts approximately 2hr and 10min, including one 20 minute interval.
Age recommendation is 15 and above.
This show is based on the TV series and there will be some representation of violence, sex, rape, miscarriage, and drug use.
There will be strobe lighting, live gunshots and pyrotechnics on stage.
There will be some (recorded) loud bangs
Audio Described and Touch Tour: Wed 22 Feb, 7.30pm (Touch Tour will begin at 5.15pm)
BSL Interpreted: Thu 23 Feb, 7.30pm
Captioned: Thu 23 Feb, 7.30pm
Audio Described and Touch Tour: Thu 2 Mar, 7.30pm
BSL Interpreted: Thu 2 Mar, 7.30pm
Audio Described & Touch Tour: Thu 16 Mar, 7.30pm (Touch Tour will begin at 6:30pm)
BSL Interpreted: Thu 16 Mar, 7.30pm
To book accessible performances please email [email protected] or call 0333 320 2838
BSL Interpreted Performance: Thu 23 Mar, 7.30pm
Captioned Performance: Fri 24 Mar, 7.30pm
Audio Described Performance: Sat 25 Mar, 2.30pm
Captioned Performance: Thu 30 Mar, 7.30pm
BSL Interpreted Performance: Fri 31 Mar, 7.30pm
Audio Described Performance: Sat 1 Apr, 2.30pm
BSL Interpreted Performance: Thu 25 May, 7.30pm
Captioned and Audio Described Performance: Sat 27 May, 2.30pm
Written and adapted for the stage by Peaky Blinders’ creator Steven Knight, Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby is a new dance theatre show directed and choreographed by Rambert’s Artistic Director Benoit Swan Pouffer.
The production features the full permanent Rambert dance company on stage, and a live band playing specially commissioned music and iconic Peaky tracks.
Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby is Rambert’s first collaboration of this kind and through dance theatre picks up the story of the Peaky Blinders at the end of World War One, following Tommy Shelby and Grace Burgess through their passionate love affair. While Tommy is building his empire, Grace is operating as an undercover agent for Special Branch on a mission to get close to the heart of Tommy’s gang. As the story unfolds, many hearts are broken.
Steven Knight has included exclusive plot and character insights that don’t appear on screen, but were in his mind as he was creating the TV show, giving Peaky fans special additional rewards.
Fans of the show will also recognise the (pre-recorded) voice of narrator Benjamin Zephaniah (Jeremiah in the series) illuminating key points of the story.
“Peaky Blinders has always had music and movement at its heart and now the beating heart of the show will be transferred to the stage, an interpretation of Tommy’s story performed by Rambert, one of the leading dance companies in the world. This is dance for people who don’t usually watch dance and what I’ve written has been transformed into something startling by consummate dancers and choreographers. If the concept of a Peaky Blinders dance seems strange, reserve judgement and reserve a ticket.”
“Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby is something on a scale we’ve never done before, and I couldn’t be more ready for the challenge – it’s such an exciting opportunity as a choreographer to tell these stories and recreate these characters through dance. It is also a great collaborative opportunity to have been working closely with Steven Knight on this original production. What you’re going to get as a result will be an inspiring and uplifting dance show, but so much more than a dance show.”
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