Tribe News

News: Monday 10th September 2004

Dragon*Con – 4 Days!

What a week it’s been! The cast have had an absolutely fantastic time at Dragon*Con over the last four days. There’s been question and answer panels, Tribe Trivia, Tribe Style, Costume Contests and it’s all just been so much fun!

The fans have been a delight and the cast have had such a great time getting to know them all. Matt, Danny and Tori have been loving all the sci-fi entertainment and were blown away by the entries in the Costume Contests.

The cast are heading home now but check out the Tour Diary’s of the trip to find out what they got up to.

We’ll be putting up a full gallery of all the Dragon*Con photos in the next week or so. So look out for them!

Tribe 5 on WAM!
WAM! answers fan demands with 24-hours of “Tribe”-mania as the channel kicks-off the premiere of season five with a Labor Day marathon. The marathon will feature new episodes from season five of “The Tribe” as well as a replay of season four episodes. In addition, behind-the-scenes footage, cast interviews and music videos from “The Tribe” will be shown.

“The Tribe” marathon begins on Sunday, September 5th at 7:00 p.m. (ET/PT) and runs through Labor Day with the premiere of season five at 9:00 p.m. “The Tribe” season five will begin its regular primetime schedule on Friday, September 10th at 8:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

Tribe Theatre! – Now available to everyone!

Ever wondered what it is really like to be an actor in The Tribe? Ever considered what it must feel like to speak some of those famous lines on stage beforience of hundreds? Have you ever wondered what is would be like to wear an official Tribe costume worn by your favourite Tribe an aude character?

The Tribe, Cloud 9 Ltd and UNICEF have just launched The Tribe Theatre Project.

We have finalised a theatre script, based around scenes from Series 1. You can perform it at your school, youth club or at your local youth theatre group. One day, you could even be appearing in a Tribe production on Broadway in New York or in London’s West End. Or in one of a dozen or more capital cities around the world.

The play has been written in association with UNICEF UK, Head of Education, Heather Jarvis. All UNICEF’s work around the world is framed by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, an international bill of rights ratified by all but two countries. The Convention on the Rights of the Child lays down the basic rights of all children and young people up to the age of 18 years, which should be met to ensure their survival, development, protection and right to participate in society.

For more information about Tribe Theatre please visit the our Tribe Theatre page.