PEAKY Blinders series six will see Tommy and Arthur Shelby face off against anti-fascist protesters.
Filming for the BBC drama has been underway in the last few weeks, and the latest pictures showed actors Cillian Murphy – who plays Tommy – and Paul Anderson – who plays Arthur – on set at St George's Hall in Liverpool.
Cillian was looking dapper in a tuxedo, long black coat and a white scarf, while Paul opted for an all-black ensemble.
Despite the glam attire, the location was the scene of an anti-Fascist demonstration as the characters faced by a large crowd of anti 'Black Shirt' protesters in the pouring rain.
The crowds were protesting against Fascist leader Oswald Mosley, played by Sam Claflin in the drama.
Series five ended with Tommy's attempt to assassinate Oswald being rumbled, and the repercussions are clearly going to be seen in series six.
Last month, the show released the first picture of Sam as Oswald in the upcoming series.
Wearing a crisp navy blue suit and rocking his signature moustache, the character looked every bit as dapper as usual.
The image was shared to the show's official Twitter account and soon racked up plenty of excited comments from fans.
"Need this show back in my life ASAP!" one fan gushed, while a second chimed in: "Just love to hate him."
Mosley proved to be a disruptive force in Westminster in season five and had his eyes set on Tommy as an ally who could secure the Midlands.
Tommy kept up appearances with Mosley, but was secretly plotting to assassinate him during a political rally with the help of a friend, who served as a sniper in the army.
However, somebody betrayed him, as his gunman was taken out before he could deliver the shot, which may well mean Mosley is onto him.
Peaky Blinders seasons 1-5 are available to stream on Netflix now
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