By order of the Peaky Blinders!

Get the glad rags on, a slick of lipstick, sharpen your haircut & join us for a night of jazz with the dynamic10 piece Deise Brass at The Parlour Vintage Tea Rooms.

It’s back! After the success of last year’s event, the team from the Parlour Vintage Tea Rooms is bringing us a night of music and dancing with some very sharply dressed Deise boys and girls. Promises to be a great night, so get your swag on!

Peaky Blinders at The Parlour Vintage Tea Rooms

Put on your dancing shoes!

Music by Deise Brass.

You don’t have to travel to New Orleans to hear some of the best jazz around! Deise Brass will be in full swing at tonight’s Peaky Blinders at The Vintage Tea Rooms event. Not to be missed.

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Deise Brass, the New Orleans jazz band from Dungarvan, Co. Waterford.

Style to die for – Peaky Blinders way.

Get your peaky cap on! Sharp suits, crisp shirts, heavy overcoats, and their trademark Peaky Blinders caps all give Thomas Shelby and his gang an untouchable look. And the ladies certainly know how to dress the part too, in their gorgeous flapper dresses and fur coats. Get inspired below.

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