England Remembers The Titanic On It's 100th Anniversary
Southampton has more memorials to those lost in the Titanic than anywhere in the world.
Liverpool, where the ship was registered, will hold events at the Merseyside Maritime Museum.
A three-day Sea Odyssey street theater event will start in the city on April 20.
A memorial was held at the Stoke-on-Trent home of Capt. Edward Smith. A plaque was unveiled in the Staffordshire street where he was born, reports the BBC.
Jack Philips, the chief wireless officer of the Titanic, who is credited with saving hundreds of lives, was remembered in a service in his hometown Godalming.
A special service will be held at St. Mary's Church.