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Peaky Blinders Night - Sold Out

07 June - 08 June 2019

Evening Events, advance-booking, Fully Booked

Adults only event.

Peaky Blinders Night - Sold Out

07 June - 08 June 2019

Fri 7 and Sat 8 Jun have now sold out. There are still tickets available for  Fri 13 Sep

Step back in time to the roaring twenties and discover the murky underground world of the Peaky Blinders in this unique event that takes immersive entertainment to the next level.

Explore the set of the smash hit BBC1 series as you stroll around the Shelby’s scrap metal business ‘Charlie’s Yard’ where illegal goods are moved along the historic Birmingham canal network. Follow in the footsteps of the actors and keep an eye out for props from the series.

Throughout the evening the 26 acre living museum will be transformed by live vintage music, dancing, incredible drinks and mouth-watering street food. Explore period shops and houses; take a peek inside a gambling den and even sip on some of Arthur’s bootleg whiskey!

Watch out though – this is gang territory, and the police will stop at nothing to hunt them down. Perhaps best to stay out of the way, who knows what could happen?

Important Booking Information

PLEASE NOTE: This event is for ages 16+ only.

This event is a pre-ticketed event. Daytime tickets and UnChained Annual Passes are not valid.

Tickets go on sale on Mon 27 Feb (10am) to members only and on sale to the general public on 13 March (10am).

You can buy your tickets either over the phone or via our website, but please note that due to the exceptional popularity of this event, we have introduced certain measures to ensure everyone has a fair chance to purchase tickets.

Queueing to purchase tickets online will open an hour before the event goes on sale at 10am, at which point you will be entered into a completely random position in the queue (please note that you will not be able to see your place in the queue). Once you are through to the purchase page, you will have 10 minutes to make and complete your booking.

We are only able to keep up to 100 customers in our phone line queue at any one time. Once this queue is full, we will not be able to take any more calls until the first customer in the queue has completed their transaction.

Please note that you will not be able to purchase tickets for Peaky Blinders Nights at the Museum – you will either need to call or purchase online.

When all tickets have sold out, we will make an announcement on this page.

Due to exceptionally high demand for this event we are capping tickets at a maximum of six per person for the general public. Members are entitled to maximum of 6 full-price tickets, in addition to those purchased for individuals covered by the membership.

We have been made aware of some suspicious activity by third parties claiming to have tickets to our Peaky Blinders Nights for  sale since they are no longer able to go.  

To this end, we would like to remind you that tickets are non-transferable and we strongly advise that you do not purchase tickets from online sellers. 

 There won't be any additional dates released for the Peaky Blinders evening events this year. However, should you wish to visit and walk around the location where the TV Series was filmed, we are open during the daytime - find out more at   bclm.com/peakyblinders

Prices & Booking Details

Fri 7 and Sat 8 Jun are now sold out. There are still tickets available for Fri 6 Sep and Fri 13 Sep.


 Prices: 

Adults £19.50

Essential Carer £9.75

Pre-booked tickets only

Event times: 7pm to 10.30pm


IMPORTANT NOTICE:

PLEASE NOTE: This event is for ages 16+ only.

This event is a pre-ticketed event. Daytime tickets and UnChained Annual Passes are not valid.

Tickets go on sale on Mon 27 Feb (10am) to members only and on sale to the general public on 13 March (10am).

You can buy your tickets either over the phone or via our website, but please note that due to the exceptional popularity of this event, we have introduced certain measures to ensure everyone has a fair chance to purchase tickets.

Queueing to purchase tickets online will open an hour before the event goes on sale at 10am, at which point you will be entered into a completely random position in the queue (please note that you will not be able to see your place in the queue). Once you are through to the purchase page, you will have 10 minutes to make and complete your booking.

We are only able to keep up to 100 customers in our phone line queue at any one time. Once this queue is full, we will not be able to take any more calls until the first customer in the queue has completed their transaction.

Please note that you will not be able to purchase tickets for Peaky Blinders Nights at the Museum – you will either need to call or purchase online.

When all tickets have sold out, we will make an announcement on this page.

Due to exceptionally high demand for this event we are capping tickets at a maximum of six per person for the general public. Members are entitled to maximum of 6 full-price tickets, in addition to those purchased for individuals covered by the membership.

We have been made aware of some suspicious activity by third parties claiming to have tickets to our Peaky Blinders Nights for  sale since they are no longer able to go.  

To this end, we would like to remind you that tickets are non-transferable and we strongly advise that you do not purchase tickets from online sellers. 

 There won't be any additional dates released for the Peaky Blinders evening events this year. However, should you wish to visit and walk around the location where the TV Series was filmed, we are open during the daytime - find out more at   bclm.com/peakyblinders

 

Please note that visitors will not be allowed to bring de-activated weapons or replica weapons into the Museum.

 

Important Event Information

Once you’ve parked and made your way to the admissions building, please join the queue and we’ll do our best to get you into the Museum as quickly as possible. To help things run smoothly, we ask that you have your tickets ready – either printed or on a mobile device – upon joining the queue. Your tickets will have been attached as a PDF to an email sent from us following your initial booking confirmation email.  Please note that it is your responsibility to ensure that you have your own individual and unique ticket – especially if you are arriving at a different time to the rest of your party. 

Please Note: The Museum accepts no liability for any tickets purchased from sources other than directly from the museum. We reserve the right to refuse admission to visitors who we believe are in possession  of duplicated tickets. 

If you have any questions please call us on 0121 557 9643.

Under no circumstances will visitors be permitted to bring weapons of any kind (including de-activated guns, replicas, toys) into the Museum. We reserve the right to refuse admission to anyone carrying any item which may be classed as weaponry. Security searches will be taking place. 

The Museum will be operating a Challenge 25 policy at all bars - please ensure that you bring a form of Photo ID.

Please note that only alcohol purchased on the premises may be consumed therein. Any alcohol not purchased on the premises will be confiscated.   Visitors bringing in alcohol from outside the premises may be asked to leave and escorted off-site.

Upon arrival at the Museum you will be directed to park in either the Museum’s main car park or our overflow car park, both located on Tipton Road, Dudley – please note there is a charge of £3.50 to park on the main car park, payable on exit.

A Peak Behind the Scenes

BBC epic gangster drama Peaky Blinders filmed scenes for series 1, 2, 3 & 4 at Black Country Living Museum. 

The majority of the filming took place within the Museum’s Canal Arm, taking on a Post WWI transformation into regular character Charlie Strong’s Small Heath based Scrap Metal Yard.   On the set of Series 3 at BCLM , the BBC2's gangster drama creator, Steven Knight said: “We are trying to film as much here as we possibly can because it’s so good and they treat us so well.  It’s our world and I think of this as our Peaky home."

Find out more and see behind the scenes images of   Peaky Blinders at BCLM

What to wear?

We love it when our visitors join in and dress 1920s Peaky Style

Here's how to get the look

 

 

Adults only event (16+)

Our Peaky Blinder Nights take place on Fri 7 & Sat 8 Jun and Fri 6, Sat 7, Fri 13 & Sat 14 Sep

Peaky Blinders ™ © 2013 Caryn Mandabach Productions Ltd. Licensed by Endemol Shine Group

 

All details are correct at the time of writing; however the Museum reserves the right to change or cancel items if circumstances arise that are beyond its control.

 

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