Following the postponement of their live stage tour to spring 2022, Aljaž Škorjanec and Janette Manrara have announced they are to star in a streamed performance of their brand new, never before seen dance spectacular Remembering the Oscars for a limited three-week period from 27 March at 7.30pm to Saturday 17 April 2021. Next year’s tour will now come to Royal & Derngate on Saturday 16 April 2022.
In what is sure to become one of the most popular streamed events of the year, the one-hour TV special will see Aljaž and Janette roll out the red carpet to celebrate the greatest award-winning songs, films and dance routines from the Golden Ages of Hollywood through to Disney family favourites and beyond.
Aljaž and Janette will be joined by a cast boasting some of the UK’s best dancers and singers on a specially constructed stage, backed with a huge LED screen featuring brand-new filmed content, as they dance their way through a dazzling array of bespoke and original musical arrangements of over 25 songs from classic films such as Dirty Dancing, Mary Poppins, Flashdance, Cabaret, The Wizard of Oz, American In Paris, The Lion King, La La Land, Toy Story, Singing In The Rain, Frozen, A Chorus Line, Romeo & Juliet, Scent Of A Woman, amongst others, making this a not-to-be-missed show for all the family.
The performance will be intercut with commentaries from Aljaž and Janette, and will also include backstage behind the scenes content, their personal account as to how the show and its routines were created, why they picked certain songs, how they devised each of the show’s sections and the influences behind their performances.
Shot using ten HD cameras, the pay-per-view event premieres on Saturday 27 March, and will be available to watch on demand via Smart TVs, computers, tablets, phones until Saturday 17 April.
All tickets come with a free digital 32-page programme packed with exclusive photos, interviews, Oscar trivia and much more. Options to upgrade include an after show pass to an “In conversation with Aljaž and Janette”, and an exclusive 30 minute Behind-the-Scenes film, featuring additional footage with access to the dressing rooms, rehearsals and backstage of Remembering the Oscars.