Britain will mark the centenary of the First World War next year with thousands of plays, performances and exhibitions.
Details of a four-year cultural programme to remember those who fought in the Great War and lost their lives were released today.
More than 2,000 events are set to be staged between 2014-2018.
With no known survivors of the 1914-1918 conflict, the diverse range of historical works is aimed at sharing their stories.
The new events are part of the Imperial War Museum's First World War Centenary Partnership Programme - a network of over 1,800 cultural and educational not-for-profit organisations from 37 countries.