Dome-shaped Good Chance Theatre allows Calais refugees to tell their stories
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Two British playwrights have founded Good Chance as a way to provide a space within the camp where people who fled war-torn and poverty-stricken countries can come together. The area was nicknamed the Calais jungle because of the chaotic and difficult life conditions where over 5,000 people, including those coming from Syria, Libya and Eritrea, wait for a chance to start over. Related: How climate change will worsen the refugee crisis The two playwrites first visited Calais several months...