Audiences can trade secrets with James Shelby in the heart of the boxing gym, or lose some graciously received cutter in the VIP gambling den, after all, all proceeds go to the charitable Shelby Foundation.
Outside, the Lee family have set up camp in the yard; street entertainments, fortune telling and opportunities for quick greasy profit abound.
Down the road, The O’ Carrolls, with their proud links to the original Irish Volunteers, curate The Ruin Public House, punters venturing here might find themselves enlisted to their cause, after all, in The Ruin are many who long for something alternative to the Peaky rule.
There could be no Immersive Peaky Blinders Experience without violence.
To this end, throughout the day, charity boxing matches are staged in the boxing ring used in the original series, be it a ‘fair go’ between a copper and a peaky, a prize fight with a war hero, a grudge match between old enemies, or a bare-knuckle fight between the Lees and O’Carrolls to establish ascendancy, each vicarious, bloody fight happens alongside the punter, sometimes spilling out into the bar into dynamic shared-space brawls.
"Dank Parish certainly stepped it up a notch"
- whats on
"Brutal and professionally produced"
- i am birmingham
"A criminally good immersive experience"
- herald publicist
"A living, breathing set"
- the telegraph