Peaky Blinders Season 6 Guide: Filming Locations, Soundtrack, True Story & Easter Eggs – What We Know!

– We be taught that Anya Taylor-Pleasure’s character Gina Grey is a part of an influential American household led by her uncle Jack Nelson, a fictional character impressed partially by real-life Boston businessman, politician and patriarch, Joseph P. Kennedy Sr., a father of 9 youngsters together with assassinated US president John F. Kennedy and US senator Bobby Kennedy. Learn extra concerning the historic inspiration for Uncle Jack right here.

Soundtrack: Pleasure Division, Johnny Money and Anna Calvi

We first hear the repeated breathy motif from Anna Calvi’s ‘You’re Not God’, the theme composed and carried out by Calvi for collection 5, after which a brand new Calvi track together with the lyrics “I’m going to take all of it, I’m going to take all of it” when Ada goes to the Chinese language opium den to warn them off promoting to Arthur in future.

When Gina walks as much as Michael’s jail cell, we hear Pleasure Division’s ‘Dysfunction’. When Tommy visits Michael in jail within the closing scene, it’s Anna Calvi’s cowl of Johnny Money’s ‘Ain’t No Grave’.

Filming places: Miquelon, Norfolk Jail, Chinatown

Tommy’s home – Arley Corridor & Gardens, Arley, Cheshire
The episode begins within the gardens of Tommy’s mansion (extorted in collection three from a member of the landed gentry deep in playing debt to the Peaky Blinders), filmed at Arley Corridor in Arley, Cheshire. It’s a Grade II listed stately house which was constructed within the first half of the 19th century and is at present house to Viscount Ashbrook and his household. You possibly can go to right here. The later scenes of Lizzie, Ada, Arthur and the youngsters had been additionally largley filmed in Arley Corridor’s wood-panelled interiors.

Miquelon Island – Portsoy Harbour, Scotland
Tommy’s assembly with Michael and his Boston associates takes him to Miquelon Island, at the moment a French colonial outpost situated simply off the coast of Newfoundland on Canada’s japanese coast. (A becoming location because the title Miquelon is assumed to have derived from ‘Michael’ within the Basque language.) Throughout US prohibition, being outdoors of Canadian and US jurisdiction, the archipelago of Miquelon and St Pierre grew to become hubs for the distribution of imported alcohol to American cities.

The French harbour scenes had been filmed in Portsoy, Scotland. The port village on the Moray Forth has a 17th century harbour and filming befell there in February 2021.