Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby is hitting the road for its first ever UK tour in 2023 – here’s all you need to know.
From 2022 Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby tour tickets to all the upcoming dates and venues, this is your guide to the show on the road.
Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby is a collaboration between Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight and dance company Rambert’s Artistic Director Benoit Swan Pouffer.
The show will feature the 20 permanent Rambert dance company on stage, and a live band playing specially commissioned music.
Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby 2023 tour dates and venues
Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby opens in Birmingham in September 2022 before a London premiere. The show will then tour throughout 2023.
27 September 2022 - 02 October 2022
12 October 2022 - 06 November 2022
17 January 2023 - 21 January 2023
25 January 2023 - 28 January 2023
31 January 2023 - 04 February 2023
07 February 2023 - 11 February 2023
21 February 2023 - 25 February 2023
28 February 2023 - 04 March 2023
14 March 2023 - 18 March 2023
21 March 2023 - 25 March 2023
28 March 2023 - 01 April 2023
The dance show picks up the story of the Peaky Blinders at the end of World War One, with a teaser sharing: “Tommy and the Peaky Blinders fought together at Flanders and the show opens in the trenches. Bound by this experience, a very personal story unfolds as the Shelby family navigate the decisions that determine their fate and Tommy is intoxicated by the mysterious Grace.”
Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight said: “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.”