Producers of Peaky Blinders: The Rise at the Camden Garrison have added new dates to the immersive show’s run.
Based on smash-hit TV series Peaky Blinders, the show will now continue to play at the Camden Garrison until 28 May 2022.
Peaky Blinders: The Rise announces new cast
31 October 2022
The producers of immersive theatre experience Peaky Blinders: The Rise at the Camden Garrison have revealed new casting for the show.
From 9 November 2022, joining the show will be Tanya Bridgeman (Milky Peaks for Theatr Clwyd) as Maggie Hill, Thea Butler (Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens at the Charing Cross Theatre) as Lizzie Stark, Ivy Corbin (The Great Gatsby for Immersive Everywhere) as Polly Gray, Ross Ford (Under Milk Wood at the Watermill Theatre) as Arthur Shelby, Mabli Gwynne (Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens at the King’s Head) as Ada Thorne, James Lawrence (Doctor Who: Time Fracture) as Walter McDonald and Harriett O’Grady (Secret Cinema’s Casino Royale and Dirty Dancing) as Pearl St. Clair.
They join Roxana Bartle as Grace Burgess/Zilpha Lee, Isaac Beechey as John Shelby, Sam Blythe as Alfie Solomons, Angus Brown as Charles Sabini, James Bryant as an American Businessman, Craig Hamilton as Tommy Shelby, Daniel Mackenzie-Carter as Michael Gray, Reece Richardson as Georgie Sewell, Elliot Rodriguez as Isiah Jesus, and Daisy Winter-Taylor as Phyllis Robbins.
Peaky Blinders: The Rise is an immersive theatrical show that places audiences in the heart of one of the world’s most popular TV series. Presented in collaboration with Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight and Caryn Mandabach Productions, you are invited to get dressed up and fully immersed in Tommy Shelby’s world. As the story unfolds you will experience live sets, unmissable character interactions, competitive game play and ultimately determine whether Tommy Shelby and his family succeed in their ambition to take London.
The show is directed by Tom Maller, who is also Creative Director, set and costume designs are by Rebecca Brower, with a script by Katie Lyons, music by Barnaby Race, lighting design by Terry Cook for Woodroffe Bassett, sound design by Luke Swaffield for Autograph, dramaturgy by Raphael Martin, the Associate Director is Elena Voce, the Vocal and Accent Coach is Sarah McGuinness, and the Movement Director is Charlie Burt.