Monday, 8 September 2014

Coronation Street muriel goes up at ITV

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This iconic image of Ena Sharples has gone up as a "muriel" wallpaper in the entrance to the Tony Warren building at ITV's new offices.

The Tony Warren building was official opened by Coronation Street's creator on 20th May 2014.  It is the main studio block at the Media City Studios at Trafford Wharf. 

ITV Chief Executive Adam Crozier, the cast and production crew and Mr Warren himself attended the official opening. William Roache made a speech during the dedication.



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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did you mean a mural or am I missing something? :)

Anonymous said...

See here:

http://coronationstreet.wikia.com/wiki/Mural

Anonymous said...

I was expecting to see Hilda's muriel - wasn't she so proud of it - but the "muriel" of Ena is much more appropriate.

Anonymous (from Canada)

Frosty the Snowman said...

I think that "muriel" is very powerful - depicting Ena Sharples the strong Northern woman looking over the grey back streets of yesteryear. Now we get the contrast of scene after scene in the "upmarket" Bistro with half the characters being idiots.

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