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BAFTA like to sneak an exciting event in when people are looking. And this here series finale screening of Peaky Blinders is no exception. I mean, who could want to go and see this, hey?
Screening: Peaky Blinders Season Finale + Q&A
Sunday, 22 September 2019 – 7:30pm
Join us for the finale of season five of Steven Knight’s BAFTA award-winning saga, Peaky Blinders, shortly before its transmission on BBC One, the same evening.
1929. The whole world has been thrown into turmoil by the Wall Street Crash. Opportunity and misfortune are everywhere.
Tommy Shelby MP (Cillian Murphy) is approached by a charismatic politician (Sam Claflin, The Hunger Games) with a bold vision for Britain. He soon realises that his response will affect not just his own family’s future but that of the entire nation.
Featuring a spectacular cast that includes Helen McCrory (Skyfall), Paul Anderson (The Revenant), Sophie Rundle (Gentleman Jack), Anya Taylor-Joy (Glass), Brian Gleeson (Logan Lucky) and Aidan Gillen (Game of Thrones).
In the hotly anticipated final episode, family tensions surface after an unexpected announcement. And Tommy puts his plan for Oswald Mosley into action, but has he underestimated his opponent?
This special advance showing will be followed by a discussion and audience Q&A with key creatives including Anthony Byrne (Director – His Dark Materials, Ripper Street), Chris Ballantyne (Producer – Broadchurch, Silent Witness), Nicole Northridge (Production Designer – Humans, Jamestown) and Special Effects specialists, Danny Hargreaves (Sherlock, Star Wars, FreeFire, Tolkien) and Arran Glasser (Luther, Doctor Who) from Cardiff-based Real SFX.
The event will begin with networking drinks supported by Wales Screen.
Screening will commence at 20.30
Last entry at 20.20
Peaky Blinders-themed attire encouraged but not obligatory.
Due to this screening being held shortly ahead of the BBC transmission, there will be A STRICT NO MOBILE PHONE policy during the screening and subsequent Q&A.
To book a members’ ticket please email Ella.
Public tickets are free and available to book through Chapter box office.