Aljaž Škorjanec and Janette Manrara have announced a further update to their previously rescheduled new dance spectacular Remembering The Oscars.
The original Spring 2020 tour was initially postponed until March 2021 following government advice and the closure of venues across the UK as part of the nationwide effort to combat the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Due to the continuing uncertainty regarding the unlocking of mass gatherings for events in the entertainment sector, it has been decided to reschedule the tour to Spring 2022.
The 41-date tour, in which Aljaž and Janette give the red carpet treatment to Oscar-winning songs, dances, movies and stars, will now begin on Saturday, 19th March 2022 and end on Saturday, 7th May – including a residency at London’s Peacock Theatre from 2nd May.
All tickets will remain valid for the rescheduled dates.
As previously announced, the show’s producers and Aljaž and Janette will make ten free VIP tickets, which include a meet & greet with Aljaž and Janette, available to NHS staff at every venue as a way of showing their gratitude to these front-line heroes. Information on how to claim these tickets will be announced as soon normal services resume.
Aljaž said: “We are devastated to have to postpone for a second time what we truly believe is our best show to date. However, everybody’s health and safety comes first, so we know it’s absolutely the right decision to make. Equally, we are thrilled audiences across the UK will still get to see our amazing show next year, by which point we all hope the pandemic will finally be behind us.”
Janette added, “Like all performers, we are very much looking forward to the moment when we can all get back on the stage and put on a real show for everyone. It will be a memorable and emotional moment for both the cast and audience that’ll be worth waiting for. In the meantime, stay safe everybody.”
The tour will come to York Barbican on April 7th 2022.