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The brilliant Akram Khan's Bahok is on again at Sadler's Wells on 25-26 Sept. For a dance piece that's inspired by  the theme of global migration, it is now set against the dark backdrop of the clearance of the so-called "jungle" refugee camp outside Calais, where police moved in this week to clear the 300-odd refugees and asylum seekers who hadn't already scarpered.  To become one of these itinerants, whether justified by circumstance or not, is to put yourself in a limbo as a non-person, preyed on by traffickers. As we know by now, these camps are likely to become a fact of modern life in Northern Europe - as are their periodic clearances.

The brilliant Akram Khan's Bahok is on again at Sadler's Wells on 25-26 Sept. For a dance piece that's inspired by  the theme of global migration, it is now set against the dark backdrop of the clearance of the so-called "jungle" refugee camp outside Calais, where police moved in this week to clear the 300-odd refugees and asylum seekers who hadn't already scarpered.  To become one of these itinerants, whether justified by circumstance or not, is to put yourself in a limbo as a non-person, preyed on by traffickers. As we know by now, these camps are likely to become a fact of modern life in Northern Europe - as are their periodic clearances.

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