Not to be passed over

10th February 2006 at 00:00
The Jewish Museum in Camden Town has opened a major new exhibition called Passover: Journey to Freedom. The exhibition explores the meaning of Passover through the ages and across the globe and looks at the ways other cultures have adopted and interpreted the Passover message of liberation from slavery. The exhibition was opened by Richard MacCourt and Dominic Wood, presenters of the BBC's Dick and Dom in da Bungalow show, accompanied by children from seven local primary schools which have contributed artwork to the exhibition. The museum website offers free downloadable worksheets covering a wide range of subjects.

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