FOLLOWING the trailer being released, which features the nearby Arley Hall, a release date has now been confirmed for series six of Peaky Blinders.

Hollywood stars have once again took to the Cheshire hall for the BBC period crime drama, which is nearby to Appleton Thorn and Stretton.

The hall features in the trailer and it is used as one of the main filming locations.

And series six will premiere on Sunday, February 27, according to the BBC.

Within the trailer for the series, you can see Cillian Murphy, who plays lead character Tommy Shelby shooting on the grounds.

In addition, a hug is also shared outside the hall.

Arley Hall is used as Tommy Shelby’s Arrow House with the production team painting the walls dark green and rolling back the years with 1920s furniture.

The library is transformed into Tommy’s study, and the gallery becomes the dining hall where the family often have their meetings to discuss business – legitimate or otherwise.

The sixth series will start to wrap up the saga of Cillian Murphy’s troubled Tommy Shelby and his family’s rise to power against the backdrop of industrial Birmingham as Tommy goes up against evil fascist politician Sir Oswald Mosley, played by Sam Clafin.