Banijay Brands – in collaboration with Peaky Blinders series-owner and producer Caryn Mandabach Productions – has extended its partnership with Black Country Living Museum until 2025.
The Birmingham-based venue will continue to host its successful Peaky Blinders-themed live experience nights.
The Peaky Blinders Nights give visitors the chance to step into the world of the 1920s as they are treated to an evening that immerses them in the world of the global hit series. With key filming locations such as Charlie’s Yard available to visit, the experience captures the essence of the award-winning crime drama.
Tickets for this year’s evenings are available to buy from Wednesday 10 May.
The partnership extension continues to strengthen the diverse Peaky Blinders licensing portfolio which spans gifting, gaming, live experience, apparel and accessories.
“The demand for Peaky Blinders across the licensing industry has been incredible and Banijay Brands is committed to working with partners that emulate the high-quality associated with the series,” commented Alice Bernadi, director of international brand licensing at Banijay Brands. “The show’s products and experiences continue to generate huge excitement with the loyal fan base, which is eager for more, and the popularity of Black Country Living Museum’s Peaky Blinders Nights is testament to that.”
Carol King, director of programmes at Black Country Living Museum, continued: “We have been so proud of our relationship with Peaky Blinders ever since it was first filmed here back in 2013 and have keenly supported the show through every season ever since.
“Our unforgettable Peaky Blinders Nights have been delighting visitors for several years now, bringing authentic locations and stories to life in our atmospheric setting. We are excited to extend our official partnership with the brand and continue to bring the world of the Peaky Blinders to life with our special events.”