Tick Tock Bridget Presents an original Dance Film Rejoing Jane

Rejoining Jane is a delightful original dance film (inspired by our live show of the same name!) that tells the story of Jane, a shy librarian turned eccentric sailor, travelling the world to find her long lost brother.

Filmed along the enchanting Sussex coastline (instead of Jane’s fearless race across the seas to Papua New Guinea) the film is a love letter to seeking adventure and escapism in the natural world and our relationships with those most dearest to us, however close or far they may be.

Rejoining Jane will return to a screen near you in 2022. Contact us at ticktockbridget@gmail.com for screening opportunities or for further information.

Tick Tock Bridget are a group of Brighton based dance artists who came together in 2015 to create live performances that celebrate the everyday stories we share. Using a joyful jigsaw of dance, music and theatre they entertain and inspire audiences of all ages. Rejoining Jane was originally created as a live dance performance for cafes, and has joyously toured to numerous villages, towns and cities across the UK. They are on a mission to take dance outside of the theatre and provide new opportunities for more people to access the arts.

Performed and created by:

Rosa Firbank, Jessica Miller and Harriet Morris

Filmed and edited by:

Sophie Newton

Produced by:

Bridie Donaghy & Tick Tock Bridget

Costumes by:

BRAVE design

Narration written & performed by:

Harriet Morris

Sound Design by:

PJ Liguori & Sophie Newton

Sound Production for Voiceover:

Phil Bodger

VFX Assistance & Colourist:

PJ Liguori

Music (as appears in film):

‘Tripping Upstairs - The Old Favourite - Going to the Well for Water’ by Ian Giles & Friends
‘Batten Down the Hatches’ by Daniel Dobbs
‘People Are Spinning’ by Loyalty Freak Music
‘The Sailor's Bonnet’ by The Gloaming

With thanks to:

One Church Brighton
St Peter’s Church, Firle Place
Buncton Manor

Supported by:

Arts Council England and National Lottery Funding

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