A period fashion show will be held at Cultra Manor on October 21 as part of National Museum Northern Ireland's Remembering 1916 programme.
With over 20 period costumes, funny sketches and entertaining historical insights, the event will show how women's fashion changed from the late 19th century through to the end of the First World War.
A colourful cast of characters will be brought to life, providing a glimpse into the lives of men and women from the era.
The fun-packed two hour show will be held in the luxurious Kennedy Room at Cultra Manor, adorned with its chandeliers and period features. Dating back to 1902, this Edwardian manor is sure to provide an elegant setting for the fashion show.
One hundred years ago, women across Ireland were involved in charitable endeavours to support the war effort. Reflecting this, the proceeds will be going to charity, with the chosen charity being War on Want NI.
Tickets, priced £5, can be obtained by clicking here.