We build temporary Theatres of Hope in the form of large geodesic domes, in areas where expression is stifled and where immigrant and local communities are struggling to integrate. In collaboration with local and international artists, we deliver a multi-genre programme of workshops in our theatres and share this work with the wider public at a weekly Hope Show.
We first built the dome in the unofficial refugee and migrant camp in Calais in 2015, and it has since migrated to London and Paris. This summer, we built the dome at Jean Quarré CHU refugee and migrant accommodation centre, growing the Good Chance family more than ever before. We'll return to Paris in the autumn to a new location, working again with old friends and new to bring people together in the city through art.