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Thursday, 25 November 2010

Corrie pop-art exhibition now on in Manchester

A new Coronation Street art exhibition is on display next week from December 2 at the Richard Goodall Gallery in the Northern Quarter of Manchester. It will be open until January 15.

ITV licensing manager Denise Penn said: "Central Station first approached us with their idea in June 2009 - the appeal was immediate and ITV relished the chance to celebrate Coronation Street's heritage with the team's incredible contemporary art."

A spokesman for Central Station said: "We are all massive Corrie fans, the long list of colourful characters that have lived on the street over the past 50 years, not only relate to us as people, but have come along at times that reflect the social and cultural dynamics of the world around us. It has been brilliant to put our stamp on the national treasure that is Corrie and be a part of celebrating what Tony Warren started 50 years ago."

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

You may also see and purchase the limited Edition prints signed by Central Station at the Trafford Centre. the shop is by Debenhams on the ground floor. It's a very happy and colourful place to go into. You can buy from the limited edition prints to mugs, calendars and Christmas cards of your favourite Corrie characters!!

Anonymous said...

I've visited the shop today in the Trafford Centre, and bought the Norris picture, cant wait to get it up on the wall! Great shop !

Anonymous said...

anyone know how much the pictures retail at ??

thanks

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