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EastEnders Mural










British-born Ghanaian artist Dreph has created a special piece for the show’s fictional landscape to reflect modern day Britain. 

As cameras rolled once again today, EastEnders released details of a new addition to its Elstree set - a wall mural of a Black woman that will become a permanent backdrop to many storylines when the show returns to screens later this year. 

The artwork is positioned in the drama series’ Bridge Street on the side wall of the Beales’ house - opposite The Queen Victoria pub. 

Painted directly onto the wall of the Walford-set house over several days by visual artist Dreph, the mural measures 5x2 metres in size and was completed ahead of cast and crew returning to work. 

Nottingham-born Dreph, whose real name is Neequaye Dsane, is best known for his large-scale murals and oil paintings that can be found across the world - and his subjects range from strangers to friends and family and are often a tribute to living unsung heroes and heroines.

29 June 2020                                            Back to the headlines

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