19 Dec 2010
Central Station do Corrie 
Central Station Design launched their new exhibition, Central Station Paint Coronation Street Part 1, with a star-studded party at the Richard Goodall Gallery in Manchester.

Joining the Central Station team to celebrate were Anna Kirkbridge ("Deirdre Barlow"), William Roache ("Ken Barlow"), Michael Le Vell ("Kevin Webster"), Tom Bloxham, Sam Allardyce, Matt Greenhalgh, Ron Wood, Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Neville Neville, Kevin Cummins, Kieran Roberts (Coronation St Executive Producer) and many others.

Check out the video and photo gallery.

Central Station Paint Coronation Street Part 1 continues at the Richard Goodall Gallery in Manchester until Saturday 15 January.

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Richard Goodall Gallery
103 High Street
Manchester M4 1HQ

Tel: +44 (0) 161 834 3330

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