TRIBE’S // work aims to be flexible for promoters and theatres. The work can exist in a traditional theatrical format but alternative packages mean the work can be adapted for different contexts, spaces, audiences and budgets – a five piece, a trio or duet etc.

No Sudden Moves //

No Sudden Moves is TRIBE//’s newest work, currently in creation.

“Stuck in a series of events that loop a world of tension and unease, choreographer Victoria Fox takes the audience into a world, where personal decisions shift and alter the consequences of actions, scenes repeat with alternate endings where groups split, spy and interrogate each other.  The music creates an atmospheric drive reminiscent of scandi-noir TV and dystopian film where the cast become powerfully charged as company through Fox’s visceral and punchy movement language to re-build future that is not based on fear.

“I want to reflect the future and state of the current world which we all face. Threats political and personal, our fears, the systems we are part of and play in.” – Victoria

Still I rise //

“TRIBE//s debut work Still I Rise is a defiant and uplifting work danced by a fearless female ensemble. Raw and emotive movement is combined with Fox’s powerful dance style. Inspired by the poem by Maya Angelou of the same title, its words resonate in our current unsettled world. From pounding beats to moving classical Aria’s, the music drives the movement to create a stark world where hope dies last. Falling down, gathering up…we rise”

“I want to see female dancers really owning the stage. Raw and physical, subtle to the extreme, I want to see women enable each other to represent the full range of their strengths. The work channels the resilient, unapologetic nature of the poem that inspired it, and its unflinching, even relentless hope.” – Victoria

Created in Brighton, with preview tour including DanceEast Pulse festival, Discover Dance Festival in Stoke, a sold-out preview in Brighton Fringe 2017, a sold-out show at The Showroom in Chichester, and part of Our City Dances Festival curated by South East Dance. On tour from Spring 2019.


“A contemporary dance company that packs some punch” Pick of the Fringe

“Packed with both Physical invention and emotional intensity”

“very beautiful and cinematic …like in Handmaids Tale – you’ve got to hold on to the last fragment of hope, that there’s a way out, a hope of change.“ Deborah, Stoke audience member

CHOREOGRAPHY // Victoria Fox Markiewicz
DANCED AND DEVISED BY // Luk Wai Shan, Esther Verlaque, Finetta Mikolajski, KJ Lawson and Sophie Arstall, Daisy Caulty
ORIGINAL MUSIC // Jacek Laton and Wojtek Markiewicz
FILM // Roarke Pearce
PHOTOS // Harry Caulty

R&D supported by Arts Council England Grants for the Arts
Generous support in Kind Brighton Dome.

  • A contemporary dance company that packs some punch
    Culturised Magazine
  • Rising from Maya Angelou’s poetry, the choreography piece by Victoria Fox writes powerful movement in an energetic flow making sure to leave a trace in space and in the audience eyes. Constant changes of dynamics stream down the dancers’ bodies, it is refreshing to see how each dancer stands out with their own unique artistic identity. They will mesmerize you either if its with a glance of their eyes, the fluency of their movement or an unexpected expressive gesture. These dancers irradiate confidence mixed with strength, anger and attitude; it’s a fight between vulnerability and power, a rose that has spikes, women -who fall but no one will stop them from rising
    Carolina Alves Carloto
  • " packed with both physical invention and emotional intensity "
    Sanjay Roy

Watch The Still I Rise Video