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Good Chance ran the domes in Paris in spring 2017 next to 'La Bulle', the main welcome centre for refugees and migrants run by Emmaüs Solidarité and situated in Porte de la Chapelle in the North East of Paris.

Working alongside refugees, migrants and local artists, our team of artists, volunteers and participants helps to create an ambitious and surprising weekly program of artistic work, ranging from theatre, music and dance, to sculpture, poetry and puppetry. Every Saturday, we staged a show, celebrating and showcasing all the incredible work done during the week.

We were thrilled to work with three amazing curators, Elisa Giovannetti, Jack Ellis and Vincent Mangado, who brought together a large and diverse range of artists from across France, Europe and the world to work with refugees and migrants living in the Parisian area. 

Our Artists

Our Curators

Read more about the project here:

The Guardian - UK writers give new life to refugees' theatre

The Guardian - Hope Couture


France 24


Huck Magazine

The National

The Stage - How theatre allows refugees to express themselves


Arab News (AFP) 

German National Radio

You can also check out our French press coverage: 



Street Press


Check out this incredible film featuring our brilliant friend from Good Chance Paris Spring, Mohammed Mostafa Gardaya. This music video ‘African Melancholia’ by Léonie Pernet, was directed by another of our friends Adrien Landre

Good Chance is now a registered French association law 1901.