When is Peaky Blinders: The Rise showing?Peaky Blinders: The Rise will begin showings on 24 June 2022. The show itself will be running on Wednesdays through to Sundays with start times of 19:30 for weekday performances. Saturdays have 2 shows, one at 15:00 and one at 20:00. Sundays have showings at 14:30 and 19:30.
What to expect from Peaky Blinders: The RiseBrought to you in collaboration with Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight and Caryn Mandabach Productions, you are invited to get dressed up in your finest tweed suit and become a part of the world of Tommy Shelby. As the story unfolds you will experience live sets, unmissable character interactions, competitive gameplay, and ultimately decide whether Tommy Shelby and his family succeed in their ambition to take London.
The world...1921, London. Tommy has taken the northern racecourses and eliminated his opponent, Billy Kimber. He now has his sights set on a London expansion...
With the approval of north London kingpin, Alfie Solomons, Tommy personally invites you to a family meeting at the Shelby’s Camden warehouse. Tommy has a plan that could prove lucrative for everyone, and it promises to be a night of celebration.
Whether you kick back in the Camden Garrison Pub with Arthur, advise Tommy on his business affairs in his office, or conspire with the Italians in the Eden Club, how the family meeting goes is for you to decide. However, you must keep your eyes open and your ear to the ground, Tommy’s enemies are closer than you think and they may want to make you an offer you’ll find hard to refuse.
But before you choose where your loyalties lie, get suited and booted ready for a night with the Peaky Blinders at the Camden Garrison.
How to get to Peaky Blinders: The Rise
Travelling to Peaky Blinders: The Rise is simple. Arrive at London Paddington with GWR and take either the Hammersmith & City Line or the Circle Line to King’s Cross. Change there onto the Northern Line and travel to either Camden Market or Chalk Farm station. From there, it’s a short walk to the theatre.
Alternatively, you could hop on the number 27 bus on Praed Street, which is just outside London Paddington Station and take a direct trip to the theatre.
So book yourself on one of our trains to London and immerse yourself in the world of one of Britain’s best-loved shows.