A drama series which has Huddersfield links returns to the TV screens next week.
Cillian Murphy returns as Birmingham-based mobster Thomas Shelby in the third run of author Steven Knight’s period drama, Peaky Blinders.
The first series, back in 2013, featured many scenes shot at Brooke’s Mill in Armitage Bridge .
And it also saw Huddersfield twins Jeff and Matt Postlethwaite make their screen debuts together by appearing in the then new BBC drama Peaky Blinders.
The series has proved a big hit over the past three years.
At the end of the last series, having outwitted his enemies once again, Shelby announced he was getting married - but who to?
At last the long-awaited ceremony has arrived, but in the middle of the celebrations, a mysterious visitor puts the entire Shelby family in danger, pulling the mob boss into a web of intrigue more lethal than anything he has yet encountered.
Helen McCrory, Paul Anderson, Sophie Rundle and Joe Cole star as the family, with an appearance from Alexander Siddig (last seen as Dorne ruler Doran Martell in Game of Thrones).
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The series, based on ‘legend and historical fact,’ is set in the early 20th century and paints a picture of the struggles of returning soldiers, revolutionaries and criminal gangs in the slums of post war Birmingham.
If you thought that urban gang culture was new, think again – the title comes from razor blades hidden at the front of flat caps.
The Postlethwaite twins, then 21,took on the shady roles of gang members Nipper and Henry.
The twins had to battle it out for parts in the series, starring alongside some of Hollywood’s biggest names including Sam Neill.
Both had graduated from the University of Huddersfield.
Peaky Blinders airs on Thursday, May 5, at 9pm on BBC2.