Jig

Synopsis

Jig is the remarkable story of the 40th Irish Dancing World Championships, held in March 2010 in Glasgow. Three thousand dancers, their families and teachers from around the globe descend upon Glasgow for one drama filled week. Clad in wigs, make up, fake tan, diamantes and dresses costing thousands of pounds they compete for the coveted world titles. A year of incredibly hard work for just a few tense minutes on stage. This feature length documentary was given access for the very first time to the little known world of competitive Irish Dancing. Wonderful characters of all ages from across the globe: Ireland, Holland, Britain, America and Russia. Jig discovers a world of dedication, hard work, obsession, passion. Success and failure. And astonishing talents pushed to their limits in the quest for perfection.

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Starring

Brogan McCay , John Whitehurst , Claire Greaney

Directed by

Sue Bourne

Country Of Origin

UK

Language

English

Daily Express

Will have you biting your nails in this thrilling and emotional crowd pleaser.

Boston Herald

Amusing, heartbreaking and mind-boggling.

Glorious! Spellbound meets Lord Of The Dance

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