'The Jungle' transfers to the West End on World Refugee Day

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'The Jungle' transfers to the West End on World Refugee Day

Following its run at the Young Vic, the critically acclaimed play 'The Jungle' has transferred to the West End.

It tells the story of the Calais refugee camp, with some of those on stage having been part of the migrant community there, which at one point was home to 10,000 people.

The cast and writers of the show spoke to London Live, to mark World Refugee Day 2018. 

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