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|Homecoming exhibition in Triangle chemist|
|Friday, 15 September 2006 21:11|
A group representing churches in Bitterne Park is mounting an exhibition called “Homecoming”, on leaving and returning home, from October 2 - 8 in the old chemist shop in the Triangle.
The exhibition will use video, audio and other art forms to tell ‘the story of the prodigal son’. Visitors are invited to explore three areas that follow the son as he leaves home, wastes all he has and then returns to accept his fate. But as with all great stories, there is a twist in the tail
It will be open from 10.30am — 1pm and 3 — 8pm, Monday — Saturday and 11am — 4pm on the Sunday. There will also be a café open in the exhibition during these times.