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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
Posters & Jigsaws since 2004

Opera Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 50 pictures in our Opera collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Television - ITV Series - Coronation Street - Manchester Featured Print

Television - ITV Series - Coronation Street - Manchester

Coronation Street stars during a Christmas Party sequence at the Rovers Return. Left to right, Julie Goodyear as Bet Lynch; Doris Speed as Annie Walker; Jack Howarth as Albert Tatlock; Betty Driver as Betty Turpin (behind); Barbara Knox as Rita Littlewood; Anne Kirkbride as Deidre Hunt (behind), as Jean Alexander as Hilda Ogden; unidentified; Stephen Hancock as Ernest Bishop; as Geoffrey Hughes as Eddie Yeats (at the back); Violet Carson as Ena Sharples; Eileen Derbyshire as Emily Bishop; Margo Bryant as Minnie Caldwell; unidentified; Thelma Barlow as Mavis Riley; Bernard Youens as Stan Ogden; Neville Buswell as Ray Langdon; unidentified

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Television - ITV - Coronation Street - Illuminations, Blackpool Featured Print

Television - ITV - Coronation Street - Illuminations, Blackpool

Coronation Street's landlady Annie Walker, played by actress Doris Speed, second right, pulling a beer pump to set off rockets which signalled the switch-on of Blackpool's 1 million 1983 illuminations. Other members of the cast, from left; Chris Quinten, Helen Worth, Veronica Doran, Lynn Perrie, Jack Howarth, Bryan Mosley, Bill Roache, Fred Feast, Johnny Briggs and Liz Dawn

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Al is Last in the Line Featured Print

Al is Last in the Line

Satirist Al Mancini, the American bridegroom, takes last place in the queue of former TW3 colleagus waiting to kiss the bride, South African operatic singer Denny Dayviss - after the wedding at Caxton Hall, Westminster, London today (Tuesday).Left to right - Al Mancini, Lance Percival, Jack Duncan, Frank Dux, Kenneth Cope, Roy Kinnear, William Rushton, Ronnie Carroll, Ned Sherrin who produced That Was the Week That Was and the bride herself

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