Manchester’s favourite electro-swing club night is throwing a Peaky Blinders Party.
Last year we were inundated with Peaky Blinders action, with the launch of the themed bar and even a visit from the cast. Now, Manchester is about to get another tase of Tommy Shelby and his gang.
On Friday (September 6) Deaf Institute in Manchester’s Grosvenor Street will be transformed into a 1920’s Peaky Blinders-themed extravaganza, complete with compere, live music, electro-swing DJs and dancers.
The prohibition-era shindig will combine a Peaky Blinders-inspired party with live music by Sam and the Womp, whose 2012 debut single ‘Bom Bom’ shot straight to No 1 in the UK music charts in August 2012 and sold over a million copies worldwide.
Organisers are promising all the fun of a festival (minus the mud) with confetti cannons, vintage visuals, prohibition décor and glitter. Come as you are or dress to impress in your 1920s finery or Peaky Blinders best!
Tickets are available from Fever and priced at £15. Click here to get yours.
Also published on Medium.