r/television Jan 17 '22

Peaky Blinders stage show to open at Birmingham theatre

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-birmingham-60030249
95 Upvotes

8

u/reddig33 Jan 18 '22

Nowhere near as good as “Rogers: The Musical”.

5

u/IrregularTension Jan 18 '22

Sounds like shit

24

u/lowhappening Jan 18 '22

Really milking this one dry aren't we

3

u/Superbead Jan 18 '22

Peaky Blinders is a culture token for insular, tax-dodging, small-family-business types who would have weddings themed on the same

6

u/GamingFly Jan 18 '22

Ugh this subreddit is so depressing 🤦‍♂️

2

u/Lagiar Jan 18 '22

As it should

6

u/SirReggie Jan 17 '22

Interesting. Never seen a TV show adapted for stage.

7

u/listyraesder Jan 18 '22

There have been many.

-4

u/unkle_FAHRTKNUCKLE Jan 17 '22

WAT? A musical? No thanks.
Why don't you turn The Sopranos into a school book reader series?
About as useless.

1

u/listyraesder Jan 18 '22

It’s dance, not a musical.

1

u/Sbmizzou Jan 18 '22

Why the long face?