Peaky Blinders: The Rise

Camden Market

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Camden Market

32 Camden Lock Place
+44 (0)20 3763 9900
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Public transport:
Camden Town Underground Station


Step into the 1920s as the world of Peaky Blinders is brought to life in immersive theatre show Peaky Blinders: The Rise at Camden Garrison (in Camden Lock Market).

It's 1921, and the Shelby family leaves Birmingham for London with plans to conquer the capital. A family meeting has been called, to which you happen to have been invited. The family meets at its London headquarters, The Garrison, where Tommy Shelby shares plans to take over London that could be lucrative for everyone. 

Step into the 1920s in this immersive show

For the plan to succeed, you are asked to keep an eye open for any new developments, as Tommy’s enemies might be closer than you think. You're given the chance to visit the different sets and interact with some of the most famous characters in the show, from Tommy and his brothers to Aunt Polly.

The actor portraying Tommy Shelby stands at a window in a middle of a speech in what looks like a warehouse.

Choose to hang out at one of the pubs for a glass of old fashioned, opt to stay at the office and advise on business affairs or even mingle with the Italians at the Red Cabaret. This truly immersive experience transports you to the 1920s and the atmosphere of one of the best loved crime series, Peaky Blinders.

How can I book tickets for Peaky Blinders: The Rise?

Book your Peaky Blinders: The Rise tickets in advance to be part of this immersive experience.

What elements are immersive?

Most elements of the show are immersive, from the moment you step into The Garrison warehouse in Camden, to exploring its rooms and other spaces. However, you only need to interact as much as you’re comfortable doing.

Where is Peaky Blinders: The Rise's immersive show located?

Peaky Blinders: The Rise is presented by Caryn Mandabach Productions in collaboration with Peaky Blinders' original creator, Steven Knight, and takes place at the Camden Garrison, a historic building that was originally the Horse Hospital, built in the 1880s.

The nearest Tube stations are Chalk Farm and Camden Town, both on the Northern line and within a five-minute walk to the Garrison.

How long is The Peaky Blinders: The Rise show?

The running time of The Peaky Blinders immersive experience is two hours.

Is there a dress code?

There is no set dress code for this immersive experience, but you are encouraged to wear 1920s-style clothing to make the most of the experience.