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Raw, visceral, and danced with full-bodied urgency. TRIBE//’s debut work is a bold call to arms performed by an all-female cast.
Still I Rise channels the unapologetic nature of Maya Angelou’s iconic poem, and the unflinching resilience of the human spirit. Cinematic sounds, from pounding beats to stirring classical arias, drive the journey onwards. Falling down, gathering up… we rise.
Choreographer Victoria Fox’s emotive and articulate movement style creates a fragile world of simmering tensions and unrest.
"Packed with both physical invention and emotional intensity" Sanjoy Roy
Brighton-based TRIBE// was formed in 2016, and has quickly gained a reputation for gutsy and emotive choreography with a striking visual aesthetic.
Striving to evoke both human savagery and vulnerability, the company combines virtuosic movement with sensitive partnering, always with an agenda of equality. There is an open, socially-aware attitude and an interest in using the body’s full range, reflected in their work with a diverse mix of people and performers.
“a contemporary dance company that packs some punch” – Culturised.com
"...fuelled by female strength; visceral, persistent and driven by a physicality that seeks to both free and empower" The Stage’s Rachel Elderkin
Victoria Fox is a Discovery Artist at Pavilion Dance South West and the recipient of the Tony Savva Fund from Swindon Dance. She has built her reputation as a dancer with companies including Jasmin Vardimon Company, Candoco Dance Company, the British Paraorchestra and Silesian Dance Theatre Poland, and has performed across the UK and internationally in works by Caroline Bowditch, Yael Flexer, Fin Walker and Athena Valha.
Victoria was a commissioned choreographer for The Place Prize in 2008, and an award winner at Kalisz International Dance Competition, Poland. She regularly teaches professional technique classes at leading UK conservatoires.