It’s time to grab your flat cap and don your finest threads as you step into the smoky underworld of the 1920s, because Peaky Blinders Nights are making a return to the Black Country Living Museum. This Autumn, fans of the popular TV series can enjoy a night of fun and revelry and become an adopted member of the Shelby family with this immersive experience.
The museum was a key location for Peaky Blinders and some of the series’ most dramatic moments and iconic scenes have been filmed here. During filming the Canal Arm is transformed into Charlie Strong’s Yard – the centre of many deals and disagreements, including the famous tea party scene.
Other locations across the 26-acre museum in Dudley have also been featured, from illicit meetings set under the Canal Bridge to the scene of a grisly murder filmed in St James’s School. You will be able to spot the locations as the museum marks each one with a blue plaque.
During Peaky Blinders Nights, you will be able to explore the streets and alleys at the Black Country Living Museum and hear tales about Birmingham’s most notorious gangs. Visitors will also be able to enjoy the roaring nightlife of the interwar years with music and entertainment around every corner.
For one night only you can walk in the footsteps of the show’s biggest stars as you explore one of the key sets of the global smash hit drama. As you wander around the museum in your Peaky Blinders-themed attire, be sure to look out for the Blue Plaques that will highlight key locations from the series.
Peaky Blinders Nights is a night not to be missed for fans of the series and they will be returning to Black Country Living Museum on Friday, September 22 and Saturday, September 23, as well as Friday, November 17 – Saturday, November 18, running from 7 pm to 10.30 pm. You can book your tickets here.
Black Country Living Museum, Tipton Road, Dudley, DY1 4SQ