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Port Sunlight celebrates Peaky Blinders in new exhibition

Costumes from hit TV show Peaky Blinders are on show in a new exhibition at Port Sunlight.

Half a dozen outfits worn by the stars of the gangster family epic are being displayed at Bridge Cottage in the Wirral village.

The exhibition runs until September 10. Entrance is £5 and under 12s go free.

While Peaky Blinders is set in Birmingham in the years after the First World War, the show – which started 10 years ago – has been filmed at a host of places in Liverpool and the surrounding area.

Port Sunlight welcomed cast and crews in 2014 when it was used as a location for the home gifted to the lead characters’ aunt Elizabeth ‘Polly’ Gray.

The new exhibition features original costumes including a suit worn by Tom Hardy, who played Alfie Solomons, and a dress worn by the late Helen McCrory who shone in the role of the formidable Polly.

It also includes a Peaky Blinders themed pop-up shop and activities for all ages.

The Peaky Blinders exhibition is at Bridge Cottage in Port Sunlight from June 24 to September 10, from 10am to 4pm Wednesday to Sunday.


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