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6th April: Yeats


On the opening night of L’Ecrivain Public in Paris, Juliet O’Brien – the writer/director – presented me with a slim bilingual volume of Yeats’ poetry. The play contained a reference to He Wishes For The Cloths of Heaven, and Juliet knew that…read more

1st April: Pierre Mechain


It is a play. Except that it is a one-man-play, so there is only one man. But it does not exist – well it does, or it will exist, but it does not exist yet, except in your mind. Or it exists in your mind and in the mind of the audience, and now…read more

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

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
Dradin, in Love
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.