The Ulster Folk Museum is a living history museum filled with authentic buildings, rich in heritage and history. In Borderline: The People's Story you will get to see the museum in a different light as we bring to life the stories of the partition of Ireland 1921. The early 20th century in Ulster was a period of upheaval. Communities were divided, lives were lost, and borders were drawn. This theatrical tour will involve live performances in different locations with 7 actors, produced by KABOSH Theatre Company, telling the story of men and women affected; stories of loss, change, rebellion and creatively adapting to new situations. Pay us a visit to witness those who lived through tumultuous times. Hear how the years leading up to Partition and the aftermath that followed changed the world around us.
Content guidance: These stories reflect the tumultuous reality of Ulster in 1921, and may contain discussions of divisive or sensitive topics including sectarian violence and addiction.
The Shared History Fund uses funds provided by the UK Government and is being distributed by The National Lottery Heritage Fund using criteria set by the Northern Ireland Office.