The Manchester mural tucked away in the roof garden of a city centre pub – and THIS one’s not just the same old faces

As pub beer gardens go, this one – with a chimney dedicated to Tony Wilson – is pretty special.

The roof garden at traditional boozer The Old Nags Head is an incredible shrine to famous Greater Manchester faces.

From musical icons Morrissey and Marr to celebrated wordsmiths John Cooper Clarke and Lemn Sissay, the mural is a celebration of some of the region’s most revered artists.

Maxine Peake, Emmeline Pankhurst, Noel Gallagher, The Stone Roses, Jean Alexander, Steve Coogan and Frank Sidebottom are among others to feature in the incredible piece of artwork.


Article by Andrew Bardsley and can be found here on the Manchester Evening News website

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