Rambert’s thrilling stage adaptation The Redemption of Thomas Shelby returns to Edinburgh, capturing the Peaky story, with stunning performances from Rambert’s dancers and an iconic soundtrack from a live on-stage band.
Opening in the trenches of Flanders, a personal story unfolds in post-war industrial Birmingham as the Shelby family navigate the decisions that determine their fate and Tommy is intoxicated by mysterious newcomer, Grace. While Tommy is building his empire, Grace is operating as an undercover agent for Special Branch on a mission to get close to the heart of Tommy’s gang.
As the story unfolds, hearts are broken, and revenge is sought. Spectacular dramatization and breath-taking dance is heightened by a live on-stage band performing specially commissioned music by Roman GianArthur and iconic Peaky tracks from Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Radiohead, Anna Calvi, The Last Shadow Puppets, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.
Some epresentation of violence, sex, rape, miscarriage, and drug use. There will be strobe lighting, live gunshots and pyrotechnics on stage. There will be some recorded loud bangs and some loud music.
In association with Birmingham Hippodrome co-produced with The Lowry Executive Producers Rambert, Robin Saunders and Simon Sinek Inspired by the television series Peaky Blinders created by Steven Knight, in association with Caryn Mandabach Productions. Peaky Blinders © TM Caryn Mandabach Productions 2022, Licensed by Caryn Mandabach Productions
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