I'm A Celebrity's Gwrych Castle set features huge prison facade

New images from I'm A Celebrity's Gwrych Castle set shows a huge prison facade and a jail that'll be used for trials when the show launches on November 15.

Workmen were seen setting up the huge stage at the location in Abergele, North Wales, on Thursday which featured ten cells that were fastened with iron-barred doors which the celebrity contestants would be forced into.

The towering stage also featured ominous looking spikes and a tiled roof, and was being set up at the edge of the castle's grounds, making it appear as if it would be part of the show's first trial.

Wow! I'm A Celebrity's Gwrych Castle set featured a huge prison facade where contestants will be 'jailed' in during terrifying trials, new pictures revealed on Thursday

Wow! I'm A Celebrity's Gwrych Castle set featured a huge prison facade where contestants will be 'jailed' in during terrifying trials, new pictures revealed on Thursday

The facade was being painted black and grey by the team working tirelessly at the location, while a set of stairs could be seen descending from the walkway between the cells.

A metal ring has also been set up around the makeshift prison and above it, which could be being used by the show's crew to film the show at a safe distance. 

Pictures of the main castle show small, dark rooms which will likely be used to spook the contestants during their stint, while a number of areas have also been decorated with jungle foliage.

A closer look inside the castle also showed the area where the fire pit is likely to be, with there being enough space for the celebrities to gather in between their trials. 

Almost time! I'm A Celebrity is set to return on November 15 (co-hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly pictured)

Almost time! I'm A Celebrity is set to return on November 15 (co-hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly pictured)

Exciting: The towering stage was made up of ten cells that were fastened with iron-barred doors also featured ominous looking spikes and a tiled roof

Working hard: Builders were seen in and around the new set

Exciting: The towering stage was made up of ten cells that were fastened with iron-barred doors also featured ominous looking spikes and a tiled roof

Entrance? It was being set up at the edge of the castle's grounds, making it appear as if it would be part of the show's first trial

Entrance? It was being set up at the edge of the castle's grounds, making it appear as if it would be part of the show's first trial

Eerie: The facade was being painted black and grey by the team working tirelessly at the location, while a set of stairs could be seen descending from the walkway between the cells

Almost ready: The facade looked almost complete

Eerie: The facade was being painted black and grey by the team working tirelessly at the location, while a set of stairs could be seen descending from the walkway between the cells

The show's 2020 series is reportedly set to be two days shorter than usual, as stars struggle to live in the freezing Welsh temperatures.

Sources claimed that this series will only last 20 days, meaning the final will air on a Friday in early December, after years of typically concluding on a Sunday following a 22-day run.

This year I'm A Celebrity has relocated to Gwrych Castle from the Australian jungle due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with celebrities set to face the most gruelling conditions the show has ever seen.

Producers are reportedly concerned celebrities may have refused to complete the series when faced with the harsh realities of living in a crumbling Welsh castle. 

Arena: A metal ring has also been set up around the makeshift prison and above it, which could be being used to light the facade and appeared to also be where the show's crew would film from at a safe distance

Arena: A metal ring has also been set up around the makeshift prison and above it, which could be being used to light the facade and appeared to also be where the show's crew would film from at a safe distance

Looking good: Pictures of the main castle show small, dark rooms which will likely be used to spook the contestants during their stint, while a number of areas have also been decorated with jungle foliage

Preparation is key: Other parts of the castle had been covered up with makeshift tarpaulin roofs in case of bad weather

Looking good: Pictures of the main castle show small, dark rooms which will likely be used to

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