Peaky Blinders dance theatre show coming to Lowry in Salford as iconic drama celebrates 10th anniversary

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Rambert’s 'Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby' is returning to stages in 2024.

A hit Peaky Blinders dance theatre show is coming to Salford. 

Rambert’s 'Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby' is returning to stages in 2024 and will take in the Lowry Theatre between October 22 and October 26 next year. 

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The announcement was made on the 10th anniversary of the first episode of the iconic show airing on the BBC. 

Rambert’s Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby is coming to the Lowry in Salford in October 2024 Rambert’s Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby is coming to the Lowry in Salford in October 2024
Rambert’s Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby is coming to the Lowry in Salford in October 2024 | Rambert Dance

Having previously wowed audiences in excess 100,000 the Rambert dance company will be back with the Peaky soundtrack played by a live band. Fans may have spotted guest appearances from Rambert in episode four of season five, when Tommy Shelby invites the dance company to perform at his wife’s birthday party. 

The 2024 tour will also take in Aylesbury, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Oxford and Sunderland.  

It will also get an airing on our screens sooner rather than later with Peaky Blinders: Rambert Dance, filmed at the Birmingham Hippodrome stage, to be aired on the BBC Four later in the year. This follows a limited cinema release with details announced soon.  

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Having written and adapted the production for Rambert, Peaky Blinders writer and creator Steven Knight said: ”‘I’m absolutely thrilled the Peaky/Rambert collaboration has been such a resounding success. So many people came to see the show and so many of them were new to live dance, which is why we all wanted to do this.  

“By popular demand the show is back on the road in the UK in places the first tour didn’t reach. Next, it’s Europe, then the world.”

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