Our coverage of the Lincoln 16 Green Fields Beyond has ended but here is a selection of pictures from the procession and tonight's finale.
- An outdoor spectacular in the centre of Lincoln to mark 100 years since Lincoln-built tanks were used in WWI
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Poppies were projected on the castle wall as the newly-weds in the play were reunited.Copyright: BBCCopyright: BBC
A highlight of the performance was a pyrotechnic and light show.
Soldiers injured in battle returned to Lincoln. They were the lucky ones.Copyright: BBC
Women playing football during the war was a common sight.Copyright: BBC
More of the cast taking part in tonight's production.Copyright: BBC
The audience is treated to a spectacular backdrop as the story of the invention of the tank in Lincolnshire is told tonight
Soldiers in the play discuss whether the tank can change their fortunes in the war.Copyright: BBC
Green Fields Beyond is part of Lincoln's 100th anniversary commemoration of the events of 1916 - including the Battle of the Somme and the production of the tank.
The name of this event is taken from the unofficial tank regiment motto "Through Mud and Blood to the Green Fields Beyond".Copyright: Richard Pullen
There is a bit of a surprise planned for the end of tonight's performance.
The cast are putting their heart and soul into the show:
Plans are discussed for a land battleship.
The crowd gets its first view of the tank at Lincoln16.Copyright: BBC
About 3,000 people are watching the performance in Lincoln Castle
Watch live coverage of tonight's finale of Green Fields Beyond at Lincoln CastleCopyright: BBC
About 100 people are taking part in tonight's performance of Green Fields Beyond at Lincoln Castle.
Tonight's production is taking place inside Lincoln Castle - home to one of four remaining copies of Magna Carta, which was signed by King John at Runnymede in 1215.
The castle is also currently hosting an exhibition of poppies marking the centenary of World War One.Copyright: Lincolnshire County Council