People in Liverpool will be walking with giants this weekend as the city commemorates the sinking of the Titanic with a giant puppet show.
Little Girl Giant has been produced by marionette experts Royal De Luxe (RDL) and tells a love story based around the sinking of the famous liner 100 years ago.
The giant puppets, which have appeared in the UK only once before, are expected to attract thousands of spectators as they makes their way through Liverpool.
From today until Sunday free performances will unfold with the city's urban areas becoming the giant stage for the giant tale entitled Sea Odyssey.
It is part of the city's commemorations for the recent 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.
The liner was registered in Liverpool by the White Star Line, making the city its home port.
Jean-Luc Courcoult, artistic director of RDL, has created the Sea Odyssey story specifically for this event.
The leader of Liverpool City Council, Joe Anderson, said: