Migrant Events - January- London - Performance

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 Migrant Voice - Migrant Events - January- London - Performance

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The Jungle, powerful play about the migrants' camp in Calais, by Joe Robertson and Joe Murphy, the joint-artistic directors of the Good Chance Theatre that was originally based in the camp, Young Vic, 66 The Cut, SE1, until 6 January.
Info: 7922 2922/ The Jungle

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Barber Shop Chronicles, Inua Ellams conjures up a barber shop teeming with African anecdotes and arguments, £15-£35, National Theatre, South Bank, SE1, until 9 January. Info: 7452 3000/ http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk  




from Tuesday 2 January

* Into The Numbers, "a thrillingly innovative theatrical exploration of the philosophical and psychological implications of researching genocide, as well as the toll media saturation plays in the process", Finborough Theatre, 118 Finborough Road, SW10.
Info: 0844 847 1652/ www.finboroughtheatre.co.uk



from Thursday 16 January

* So Many Reasons, a story about the unique influence our mothers have on how we understand the world, from the perspective of a first generation British Ghanaian woman, Camden Peoples Theatre, 58-60 Hampstead Road, NW1, until 16 February.
 Info: 7419 4841


from Friday 19 January

* The Brothers Size, reinterpretation of West African myths, Young Vic, 66 The Cut, SE1, until 14 February.
Info: www.youngvic.org / 7922 2922


from Wednesday 24 January

* The Believers Are But Brothers, Javaad Alipoor explores the smoke and mirrors world of online extremism, anonymity and hate speech, Bush Theatre, 7 Uxbridge Road, Shepherd's Bush, W12, until 24 February.
Info:  8743 5050/ https://www.bushtheatre.co.uk


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