World War at Home’ takes you back 100 years so you can meet your ancestors in the villages, on the city streets and in the countryside where they lived to see how they fared during the First World War. 

Overhear the residents of Ballycultra share their fear of German spies, visit the village post office where letters from the Somme bring tragic news of deaths on the front and hear from a woman working long hours in a Belfast munitions factory.

Presented by Kabosh Theatre Company, written by Philip Orr and directed by Paula McFetridge


Event Details


Ulster Folk & Transport Museum
153 Bangor Road
BT18 0EU


Saturday, October 29, 2016 - 11:00 to Sunday, October 30, 2016 - 15:00

Centenary Event

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