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1st Feb: New website


Tribe finally has a new snaz website! We are slow theatre and will remain that way, but will try to keep things up-to-date, and over the next couple of days this site will flesh out a little bit. One of the things we’re trying out… read more

14th Jan: A Final Message From Thaddeus

I am returning to the South Pole by way of Gibraltar although there is a hole in my kayak so that progress is very difficult… read more

A real labour of love… bustling, degenerate energy… there is a visual verve to this production that is quite a rarity on an Irish stage.

- Irish Theatre Magazine on ‘Dradin, in Love’

Projects

How to Wrestle a Polar Bear

Some stuff about Dradin goes here!

How to Wrestle a Polar Bear

Dradin, in Love

Some stuff about Dradin goes here!

Dradin, in Love

The Marshalsea

Some stuff about the Marshalsea goes here!

The Marshalsea

A palpable sense of old-fashioned adventure….a beautiful, considered piece of work… poignant and powerful.

- Kate Winter/Scene in Sligo on ‘How to Wrestle a Polar Bear’

WhatNot

Tribe is a vaguely-defined social construct currently masquerading as a theatre company. Characteristics commonly observed among tribelings are: a fascination with the weird and the wonderful; a commitment to theatre that is physically engaged and visually engaging; a keen interest in true ensemble work; a tendency towards the multilingual; and, often, a physical presence in or connection with the island of Ireland. Tribe’s work was recently featured in The Steampunk User’s Manual: An Illustrated Practical and Whimsical Guide to Creating Retro-Futurist Dreams.

Tribe’s artistic director is Bob Kelly, a graduate of the Ecole Internationale de Jacques Lecoq. The company can be found on facebook. We are also on twitter, but we cannot be found there.