The performance was part of their Globe to Globe tour, which started in April 2014.
It was a one-off show, attended by dozens of migrants who call the Calais camp home. The viewers were given popcorn, as well as a synopsis of the show that had been translated into several languages.
It was performed in partnership the Good Chance Calais team, a volunteer group that has created what it calls “a theatre of hope” in the refugee camp.
See some of the scenes from the show below.
— Good Chance Calais (@GoodChanceCal) February 3, 2016
The New Jungle camp in Calais is home to around 4,000 refugees, most of whom hope to cross the Channel to the UK.