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Show tells the stories of wartime.

TICKETS are still available for this weekend's outdoor theatrical spectacular at Kirkleatham Museum that will take the watching crowds back to the sights and sounds of the First World War.

Entitled Homecoming, it brings to life the stories of Teessiders' contributions, both on the home front and the foreign battlefields 100 years ago.

The production, organised by the acclaimed theatre group Periplum, and which has been touring as part of the Tees Valley Commemorates project, will tell the moving stories of soldiers, nurses, civilians and munitions workers tomorrow.

Tickets for the show, which begins with preshow entertainment at 7pm, are on sale now priced at PS1, with under fives going free.

Tickets are available from Kirkleatham Museum on 01642 479500.

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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Oct 17, 2014
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