DUST off your flat cap for a Christmas celebration like no other – by order of the Peaky Blinders.

Former Great Sankey High School student Emma Parr is hosting a Peaky Blinders themed night at the Kings Head for the second time after its roaring success in March.

The evening, featuring showgirl dancers, merchandise from the period crime drama, lookalike artists and singers Claire Louise and Richard Walker, will be at the Winwick Street pub on Saturday, November 30.

Emma said: “My next Peaky Blinders evening is bigger and better. Not only do we have singers, we also have peaky blinders lookalikes, so yes you will be able to have your photo taken with Thomas Shelby.

“Our showgirls will be putting on a full vintage dance routine and a magician will bring in the gypsy feel of the programme and of course there will be lots of merchandise to buy.”

Emma is an enthusiast of ‘living history’ and re-enactments.

She regularly attends events with her daughter Charlotte at Black Country Living Museum and recently started hosting her own events.

Her Peaky Blinders evening in March was her first in Warrington and took around six months to plan.

It was well received with enthusiasts from Surrey, Birmingham and the Lake District travelling the distance and dressing to impress.

Tickets are £15 with limited availability.

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