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Peaky Blinders is hosting a 1920s ‘Gatsby-style’ gala on New Year’s Eve, The Manc

Peaky Blinders is hosting a 1920s ‘Gatsby-style’ gala on New Year’s Eve

The Peter Street venue will be “throwing it back to the days of 1920s prohibition” for a Gatsby-style evening of glamour.

If you fancy taking a step back in time to welcome in the new year, then Peaky Blinders Manchester has got you covered.

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With December right around the corner, things are starting to feel a whole lot more festive around the city centre, and Peaky Blinders Manchester – the ever-popular Peter Street venue – has got a jam-packed calendar of events running in the lead-up to Christmas.

But to help Mancunians celebrate New Year’s Eve in style, the venue will be “throwing it back to the days of 1920s prohibition” for a Gatsby-style evening of glamour.

There’ll be a glass of fizz for everyone reception, followed by a “tastebud-tantalising” five course meal alongside an evening that’s filled with entertainment, from DJs and live music, to look-alikes, a table magician who will be working their magic, a brass band, and flapper girls dancing the night away.

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The five-course feast begins with a range of canapés to get your tastebuds going, before moving onto the starters, which includes everything from a pulled confit duck and foie gras terrine, and a smoked salmon roulade, to a warming bowl of spiced red pepper and sweet potato soup, and more.

Peaky Blinders is hosting a 1920s ‘Gatsby-style’ gala on New Year’s Eve, The Manc
The New Year’s Eve gala boasts a “tastebud-tantalising” five course meal, alongside an evening filled with entertainment / Credit: Peaky Blinders Manchester

Main courses include butter roasted Norfolk turkey or sous-vide goose breast, and pan fried cod, to a puy lentil and barley steamed pudding – which is suitable for vegetarians and vegans – and all mains are served with a selection of sharing winter vegetables and ‘Peaky gravy’.

For those with a sweet tooth, there’s a festive selection of desserts to tuck into – including a white chocolate and raspberry cheesecake, and even a cheeseboard.

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You can then finish it all off with a hand-picked selection of digestifs.

Don’t fancy a five course meal? Don’t worry, you can still enjoy an evening of entertainment and dance the night away on the ground floor area, as well as sipping on one of the cocktails from the brand-new Christmas Cocktails menu – which are all £9 each.

General admission on New Year’s Eve will be £20 per person, and tickets to the full gala experience will set you back £75 each.

All the glitz and glamour isn’t limited to New Year’s Eve though, as all throughout the festive season, there’s a handful of events to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year, including bottomless brunches every weekend, and the recently-launched bottomless Sunday roast.

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‘Roaring Peaky Christmas’ is happening every Friday and Saturday throughout the festive season, and Includes canapes and a three course meal plus entertainment from lookalikes and magicians, it’s perfect for Christmas parties.

Then, from 15 November, there’ll be live music every day, and there’ll also be a brass band accompanying the weekend live bands too.

For all festive events at Peaky Blinders Manchester, you can grab tickets here.

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