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Heritage Malta will be organizing a live re-enactment by actors of the Last Supper according to the traditions Jewish rites of the time at the Inquisitor’s Palace in Birgu on the 24th and the 25th of March.

Notwithstanding the fact that many exhibitions are held with the same theme, the Last Supper at the Inquisitor’s Palace, is a dramatized experience of the eventa that took place on the eve of the passion of Jesus in a unique location. Besides, those who attend will have the possibility of visiting the palace itself particularly the rooms dedicated to the Maltese Easter traditions.  Great attention has been paid to details with regards to the way in which such suppers were held in the time of Jesus.

Timings : 24th March 6pm, 6.45pm,7.30pm,8.15pm and 25th March 2pm, 2.45pm,3.30pm,4.15pm

When booking for these events please mention that you saw them advertised on www.maltababyandkids.com

The number of tickets is limited and therefore those who intend to attend should purchase their tickets as soon as possible from any one of the museums and sites managed by Heritage Malta. For more information do not hesitate to call on 23954239 between 7:30am and 4pm or send an email on education@heritagemalta.org. 

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