Now is the time to think about Passover, the celebration of the Exodus from Egypt. The Museum is holding a demonstration of the Passover Seder, the service that takes place in the Jewish home on the first two nights of the festival. Children, teachers and the general public will have the chance to experience the atmosphere and the taste of a real Seder, sampling the wine and special symbolic foods that are eaten – charoset, maror (bitter herbs), matzo (unleavened bread).
The Museum will be holding an evening Seder Demonstration on Wednesday March 17th at 7.30 pm
Places are limited so to avoid disappointment please book early on 0161-834 9879. Tickets cost £3-65 for concessions and £5-25 for adults.