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Spicy eggs and Jungle chai
WhenMay 21, 2017 - May 21, 2017
Migration Museum at The Workshop,
26 Lambeth High Street,
London, SE1 7AG
Sunday 21 May: A day to remember Calais
To support our re-showing of Call Me By My Name: Stories from Calais and Beyond in our new space at The Workshop, we are hosting a day to remember the Calais camp, which was pulled down and destroyed last year. Everybody is welcome!
The event, ‘Spicy Eggs and Jungle Chai’, will be held on Sunday 21 May, at The Workshop in Lambeth, where there will be music, jamming, art projects (including the Paper Project), food and a performance of the satirical comedy Borderline, which has been shown to such acclaim at The Cockpit. You will need to buy tickets for Borderline (see below), but all other activities on the day are free.
The Migration Museum at The Workshop
26 Lambeth High Street
London SE1 7AG
Programme for the day
12.00 Doors open and activities begin; the Migration Museum will be open to visit (current exhibitions: Call Me By My Name: Stories from Calais and Beyond and 100 Images of Migration)
15.00 Performance of Borderline
16.00 Q&As with the cast and others
16.30 End of Q&As. Break while the music is set up
18.30 Programme ends – doors close!
The event is open to everyone, including children. The core activities will be held on the ground floor of The Workshop, which is readily accessible, but there is no step-free access to the Migration Museum and its current exhibitions, Call Me By My Name: Stories From Calais And Beyond and 100 Images of Migration.
For tickets to Borderline, please go to our MyDonate page. Tickets cost £10, which includes a £2 donation to enable refugees and asylum seekers to see the play for free; if you prefer not to include the donation, please feel free to pay £8.