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Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby Tickets

Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre, London

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Tickets for Rambert’s Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby

Inspired by the smash hit show, acclaimed dance company Rambert present Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby. Coming to London’s Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre for a limited run this Winter.

Stunning, physical and athletic dance interwoven with the captivating dramatisation of Shelby family, Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby will feature the 20 permanent Rambert dance company on stage, and a live band playing specially commissioned music. Written by the creator of the international smash hit television series, this new dance/theatre event digs deeper into the story of Thomas Shelby and the Peaky Blinders crew.

Take a deep dive into the criminal underbelly of British society as Rambert bring Tommy, Arthur, Polly and the rest of the Shelby family gang to life on stage. 

Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby is booking from 12 October 2022 until 6 November 2022 at the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre in London.

What is Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby about?

Through dance theatre Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby picks up the story of the Peaky Blinders at the end of World War One, following Tommy Shelby and Grace Burgess through their passionate love affair.  While Tommy is building his empire, Grace is operating as an undercover agent for Special Branch on 

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Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelbyis a Rambert production in association with Birmingham Hippodrome, co-produced with The Lowry, inspired by the television series Peaky Blinders created by Steven Knight, in association with Caryn Mandabach Productions.


Show Information

Age restrictions
12+
Running time
To be confirmed
Performance dates
Booking to 9 November 2022
Performance days
Evenings: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Matinees: Thursday, Saturday

Performance information is for guidance only. Check booking calendar for details.


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Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre, 1 Fulton Road, Wembley, HA9 8TS
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Video: Meet the creative team behind Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby
Meet the creative team behind Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby, a new dance theatre show from Rambert inspired by the smash-hit TV series created by Steven Knight. Directed and choreographed by Rambert’s Artistic Director Benoit Swan Pouffer, the dance show features a new storyline written specifically for the show by Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight. Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby will feature live musicians led by Musical Director Yaron Engler and a score written by Roman GianArthur and Nate Wonder as well as a new track by Laura Mvula. GianArthur and Wonder worked with music consultant D.J. Walde to create the soundtrack for the production which will feature iconic songs from the television series.  Benjamin Zephaniah, who played street preacher Jeremiah Jesu in the TV series, will provide pre-recorded narration for the production. The cast is led by Guillaume Quéau and Prince Lyons who alternate the role of Thomas Shelby, with Naya Lovell and Seren Williams alternating the role of Grace; the production will feature the permanent Rambert dance company Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby will premiere at Birmingham Hippodrome on 27 September, followed by a London season at Troubadour Wembley Park, running from 12 October 2022 until 6 November 2022 Tickets for Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby at Troubadour Wembley Park on sale here.
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Peaky Blinders dance show reveals cast & creatives
Rambert has announced the cast and creative team for Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby, a dance theatre show inspired by the TV series. Steven Knight, creator of Peaky Blinders has written a piece for the stage which is choreographed and directed by Rambert’s Artistic Director Benoit Swan Pouffer. Guillaume Quéau and Prince Lyons will alternate the role of Thomas Shelby, with Naya Lovell and Seren Williams alternating the role of Grace; the production will feature the permanent Rambert dance company on stage.  Birmingham-born writer and poet Benjamin Zephaniah who played street preacher Jeremiah Jesu in the TV series, will provide pre-recorded narration for the production. On his role as the narrator Benjamin Zephaniah said “I remember growing up in Birmingham and hearing about the Peaky Blinders, and I remember hearing about the great Rambert. I could never have imagined me, Peaky Blinders, and Rambert coming together. This gig was made for me. Rambert is taking the Peaky Blinders to another level. When these two come together audiences will witness one of the most imaginative collaborations of all time. I’m so proud to be a part of this. We are making dance history, and we’re still keeping it gangster.” Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby will feature live musicians led by Musical Director Yaron Engler and a score written by Roman GianArthur and Nate Wonder as well as a new track by Laura Mvula. GianArthur and Wonder worked with music consultant D.J. Walde to create the soundtrack for the production which will feature iconic songs from the television series.  Author Simon Sinek and Robin Saunders have also boarded the Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby as Executive Producers, alongside a creative team which includes Moi Tran (set design), Richard Gellar (costume design) and Natasha Chivers (lighting design), with dramaturgy by Kaite O’Reilly. Also working with the cast is acting director Kim Pearce, illusions director Filipe J. Carvalho, fight director Adrian Palmer, props supervisor Lily Mollgaard, and intimacy director Yarit Dor, with sound design by Moshik Kop.Simon Sinek, Executive Producer of the show, said “There are many great dancers, but there are very few great dance companies. Rambert is a great dance company. It is their ability to face new challenges head-on that inspires me so much. And Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby is the latest challenge that pushes the company and the boundaries of the medium. It is an honor to support them on their journey.” The show will have its world premiere at Birmingham Hippodrome on 27 September, followed by a London premiere at Troubadour Wembley Park, running from 12 October 2022 until 6 November 2022, before embarking on a UK tour in 2023.  The 2023 UK tour will visit Norwich Theatre Royal (17-21 January), Alhambra Theatre, Bradford (25-28 January), Hull New Theatre (31 January-4 February), Mayflower Theatre, Southampton (7-11 February), Royal and Derngate, Northampton (21-25 February), Festival Theatre Edinburgh (28 February-4 March), The Lowry, Salford (14-18 March), Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff (21-25 March) and Theatre Royal Plymouth (28 March-1 April), before returning to the Birmingham Hippodrome from 23-27 May. Tickets for Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby at Troubadour Wembley Park on sale here. [ngg src="galleries" ids="835" display="pro_tile"] Photos by Camilla Greenwell
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National Dance Awards 2022 nominations announced
The UK's Critics' Circle has announced nominations for its annual National Dance Awards. The winners will be announced at a live ceremony in London on 13 June 2022. 355 companies, choreographers, performers and creative artists were nominated for this year's awards, with Matthew Bourne’s The Midnight Bell topping the list of individual productions with five nominations, followed by Wayne McGregor’s The Dante Project for The Royal Ballet, with four. The Royal Ballet tops the list of 25 organisations nominated, with 17 nominations, followed by English National Ballet and Matthew Bourne's New Adventures who both get seven nominations, Birmingham Royal Ballet with four, and Ballet Black, Scottish Ballet and Yorke Dance Project with three each. English National Ballet, New Adventures, Northern Ballet, Rambert and The Royal Ballet are all nominated for Outstanding Company. Best female dancer nominees are Momoko Hirata (Birmingham Royal Ballet), Marianela Nuñez (The Royal Ballet), Natalia Osipova (The Royal Ballet), Cira Robinson (Ballet Black) and Erina Takahashi (English National Ballet); and best male dancer nods have been given to Jeffrey Cirio (English National Ballet), Francesco Gabriele Frola (English National Ballet), Brandon Lawrence (Birmingham Royal Ballet), Vadim Muntagirov (The Royal Ballet) and Edward Watson (The Royal Ballet). To qualify, live and digital performances had to take place between 1 January and 31 December 2021. The nominees are selected by members of the Dance section of the Critics’ Circle, which brings together over 60 dance writers and critics. They are the only awards given by the body of professional dance critics in the UK. The Chair of the National Dance Awards, Graham Watts, said in a statement that: “The 2021 dance year was reduced to around seven months’ of live performances and so there was less scope for the critics to make nominations. However, what we lacked in quantity was more than compensated by the outstanding quality of the work presented and the choices in all categories were closely contested with at least 20 on the long list for each award. The Company awards have been traditionally difficult to judge with the mid-scale companies often being squeezed out of consideration and so, in response to requests from the sector itself, we have introduced a new (third) company award for companies that receive NPO funding or equivalent, which will sit between the Outstanding Company and Best Independent Company awards. This has enabled companies from across the sector, from the largest to the smallest project-based freelancers, to be recognised”. The National Dance Awards Committee is comprised of Debra Craine (Deputy Chair), Sarah Crompton, Maggie Foyer, Jonathan Gray, Lynette Halewood, Donald Hutera, Josephine Leask, David Mead, Neil Norman, Graham Watts OBE (Chair), Deborah Weiss (Secretary) and Lindsay Winship. Critics' Circle National Dance Awards 2022 - Nominations DANCING TIMES AWARD FOR BEST MALE DANCERJeffrey Cirio (English National Ballet)Francesco Gabriele Frola (English National Ballet)Brandon Lawrence (Birmingham Royal Ballet)Vadim Muntagirov (The Royal Ballet)Edward Watson (The Royal Ballet) BEST FEMALE DANCER(sponsored by Tendu)Momoko Hirata (Birmingham Royal Ballet)Marianela Nuñez (The Royal Ballet)Natalia Osipova (The Royal Ballet)Cira Robinson (Ballet Black)Erina Takahashi (English National Ballet) STEF STEFANOU AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING COMPANYEnglish National BalletNew AdventuresNorthern BalletRambertThe Royal Ballet BEST MID-SCALE COMPANYBallet BlackBallet CymruHofesh Shechter CompanyMotionhouseScottish Dance Theatre BEST INDEPENDENT COMPANYAmina Khayyam Dance CompanyFar From The NormImpermanenceRhiannon Faith CompanyYorke Dance Project BEST CLASSICAL CHOREOGRAPHY(sponsored by The Ballet Association)Gene Kelly & Christopher Hampson for Starstruck (Scottish Ballet)Wayne McGregor for The Dante Project (The Royal Ballet)Mthuthuzeli November for The Waiting Game (Ballet Black)Arielle Smith for Jolly Folly (English National Ballet)Valentino Zucchetti for Anemoi (The Royal Ballet) BEST MODERN CHOREOGRAPHY(sponsored by Harlequin Floors)Miguel Altunaga for City of a Thousand Trades (Birmingham Royal Ballet)Matthew Bourne for The Midnight Bell (New Adventures)Robert Cohan for Afternoon Conversations with Dancers (Yorke DanceProject)Dimitris Papaioannou for Transverse Orientation (Dance Umbrella/Sadler’sWells)Botis Seva for BLKDG (Far From The Norm) EMERGING ARTIST AWARD(sponsored by The L&M Trust)Nafisah Baba (Freelance Dance Artist)Lanre Malaolu (Performer, Choreographer and Writer)Bruno Micchiardi (Soloist, Scottish Ballet)Gina Storm-Jensen (Soloist, The Royal Ballet)Emily Suzuki (Artist, English National Ballet) OUTSTANDING FEMALE MODERN PERFORMANCECordelia Braithwaite as Clara in Nutcracker! (New Adventures)Sutton Foster as Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes (Anything Goes/TheBarbican)Rosie Kay in Absolute Solo 2 (Rosie Kay Dance Company)Michela Meazza in the The Midnight Bell (New Adventures)Yolande Yorke-Edgell in Lamentation (Yorke Dance Project) OUTSTANDING MALE MODERN PERFORMANCEDan Daw in The Dan Daw Show (Dan Daw Creative Projects)Paris Fitzpatrick in The Midnight Bell (New Adventures)Akram Khan in Xenos (Akram Khan Company)James Vu Anh Pham in Outwitting the Devil (Akram Khan Company)Richard Winsor in The Midnight Bell (New Adventures) OUTSTANDING FEMALE CLASSICAL PERFORMANCE(sponsored by Lee McLernon)Antoinette Brooks-Daw as Morgan in Merlin (Northern Ballet)Alessandra Ferri in L’Heure exquise (The Royal Ballet/AF Dance/Ravenna Festival)Marianela Nuñez in the title role as Giselle (The Royal Ballet)Natalia Osipova in the title role as Giselle (The Royal Ballet)Beatriz Stix-Brunel in After the Rain (The Royal Ballet) OUTSTANDING MALE CLASSICAL PERFORMANCE(sponsored by London Ballet Circle)Jeffrey Cirio in the title role as Creature (English National Ballet)Vadim Muntagirov in the title role as Apollo (The Royal Ballet)Tyrone Singleton as Romeo in Radio and Juliet (Birmingham Royal Ballet)Joseph Sissens in The Statement (The Royal Ballet)Edward Watson as Dante in The Dante Project (The Royal Ballet) OUTSTANDING CREATIVE CONTRIBUTIONThomas Adès (Composer, for The Dante Project)Rickard Berg (Composer, for Coppélia, KVN Dance)Lez Brotherston (Designer, for The Midnight Bell)Tacita Dean (Designer, for The Dante Project)Logela Multimedia (Digital Imagery in the work of Motionhouse) BEST DANCE FILMKyle Abraham/New York City Ballet for When We FellRhiannon Faith/Rhiannon Faith Company for DROWNTOWNWilliam Forsythe/CLI Studios for The Barre ProjectGene Kelly & Christopher Hampson/Scottish Ballet for StarstruckJo Strømgren/Rambert for Rooms DE VALOIS AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTWinner to be announced at the ceremony

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