By order of the Peaky Blinders! Walsall pub launches inspired by hit show
By order of the Peaky Blinders! A new micro-bar which contains a section inspired by the hit BBC show has opened in Walsall.
The Watering Trough, which also contains £10,000 worth of pre-war antiques inside, has opened its doors.
And you better pack your flat cap as this bar is one worthy of Tommy Shelby – with "The Garrison Public House" offering a glimpse into the show.
The Ablewell Street venue opened by the Mayor of Walsall Paul Bott on Friday.
The hit BBC show, set in Birmingham, is set to return to screens later this month.
It will be shown on BBC One at 9pm on August 25 – with a 60-second trailer previewing the latest series.
Tommy Shelby and his family are thrown into chaos as they battle to survive amid the financial crash of 1929.
Now taking up his seat in parliament, Tommy, played by Cillian Murphy, is teetering between opportunity and misfortune.
Shelby will meet a charismatic politician with a bold vision for Britain - with rumours suggesting that will be Oswald Mosley MP, a notorious real-life figure who led the British Union of Fascists from the early 1930s.
Season five will delve into Tommy's political world amid the growth of fascism in Birmingham, Britain and beyond.