Coined from the Yoruba saying “Ara m be ti mo fe da, kaiye ma pa ka dara mi da”
(there are wonders that I want to perform) and the Swahili word “harambee” meaning ‘work together’, ARAMBE productions was founded in September 2003 by Bisi Adigun, and incorporated in February 2004.
The main aim of the company is to afford members of Ireland’s African communities the unique opportunity to express themselves through the art of theatre. We strive to achieve this aim by producing classic and contemporary plays in the African tradition, by reinterpreting relevant plays in the Irish canon.
The Gods Are Not To Blame (2004)
The Kings of The Kilburn High Road (2006 & 2007)
The Dilemma of A Ghost (2007)
Through A Film Darkly (2008)
Haba, Pastor Jero! (2009)
The Butcher Babes (2010)
The Paddies of Parnell Street (2013)
“Arambe Productions have extended the exploration of difference
by questioning the nature and value of interculturalism raises”.
(Irish Theatre Magazine)