In pictures: Burnley turns out for Peaky Blinders charity night to make it a roaring success (part one)

Burnley Mechanics Theatre was transformed for a Peaky Blinders themed charity dinner dance.

Tuesday, 30th April 2019, 3:42 pm
Updated Tuesday, 30th April 2019, 3:50 pm
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity night for Prostate Cancer UK
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity night for Prostate Cancer UK

Organised by Burnley businessmen Rik Clough and Nick Emmott, around 200 guests dressed as characters from the hit TV crime drama set in the 1920s.

There was a three course meal, entertainment, a raffle and auction the night raised around £4,500 for Prostate Cancer UK.

Tracy Thomas with the Prostate Cancer UK man mascot
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity night for Prostate Cancer UK
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity night for Prostate Cancer UK
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity night for Prostate Cancer UK
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity dinner dance
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity dinner dance
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity dinner dance
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity dinner dance
Bidding gets underway at the charity auction
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity dinner dance
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity dinner dance
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity dinner dance
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity dinner dance
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity dinner dance
Guests at the Peaky Blinders themed charity dinner dance