22 - 30 April 2024

Freedom, dinner, drama and order. 

Everyone can find themselves on this holiday. Wanderers of freedom, those who are empathic, those who are organised, and of course, everyone who loves a good story, loves to play, act, eat and drink, think together, to ask questions.

Pesach (פֶּסַח) is the holiday in the Jewish calendar that finds our spring-loving, freedom-loving souls and invites us in. Around the table, we sit with our friends, families, communities in real life and sometimes virtually as we take a long- long journey out of Egypt, out of the house of slavery. Our table is a big time machine with food to start our time travel: suddenly, we find ourselves with the children of Israel in plagued Egypt, experiencing salvation, miracles, the taste of freedom.


If Passover has been the Jewish Easter for you until now and you want to know more, or if you have been to Seder but fell asleep before the soup, or if you simply want to learn more about the Feast of Unleavened Bread, this website is for you.


You're also in the right place if you want to know how to lead a kick-ass Seder and if you're interested in the ban on eating unleavened bread.


If you have children or grandchildren, you'll find plenty of exciting activities for them here too.




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