Templemore Baths is the last surviving Victorian Public Baths in Northern Ireland and one of very few across the UK, giving it regional and national significance. The Baths are the sole survivor of four public health institutions built by Belfast Corporation in the late 19th Century. In 2018 the Belfast City Council revealed exciting plans for a major restoration and redevelopment project at Templemore Baths. The project will see the existing Templemore Baths incorporated into a new state-of-the-art leisure facility. The original Baths will be restored and become the setting for a new museum and interpretative space telling the story of East Belfast, the Shipyard and the wider city. Kaleidoscope worked closely with Belfast City Council to develop the plans for the site including the creation of an audience development and activity plan aimed at attracting visitors from across the city and beyond.