Remembering the Oscars - Starring Aljaž & Janette
The Streaming Event Of The Year!
Buy your ticket for any date until April 17th
This is a stunning one-hour TV spectacular starring Aljaž & Janette, together with a fantastic cast of singers and dancers, celebrating Oscar winning songs, films and dance routines from the Golden Ages of Hollywood through to Disney family favourites and beyond, featuring many classic and contemporary songs and dance routines.
It will feature a cast of some of the UK’s best dancers, performing on a brand-new stage with a huge LED screen, together with specially filmed content, new musical arrangements of over 25 songs and wonderful costumes, A show for all the family that is not to be missed.
Movies being celebrated include: Dirty Dancing, Mary Poppins, Flashdance, Cabaret, Wizard of Oz, American In Paris, The Lion King, La La Land, Toy Story, Singing In The Rain, Frozen, Chorus Line, Romeo & Juliet, Scent Of A Woman and many more.
We are also offering some fantastic “Behind the Scenes” content, with VIP access to the various departments backstage that contribute to the making of a show such as this as well as a not to be missed conversation with ITV’s Richard Arnold. They will talk about the show, revealing behind the scenes stories, and talking about their inspirations and answering all your questions.
All tickets come with a free digital 32 page programme with exclusive photos, interviews, Oscar trivia and much more!
How to watch the show
Tickets are sent to the registered email address within one hour of the payment transaction being approved.
Remembering the Oscars can be viewed using all major browsers. Open the e-mail confirmation you received after the purchase, and click the ‘TicketCo TV icon’. This will open a new tab where the show will start. If you have a Google Chromecast (2nd generation or newer) connected to your TV, this can also be used to view the show.
For more information on how to view on Apple TV, Android TV or Amazon Fire TV, and other information please click here.
This film is for private viewing only and must not be recorded or distributed without permission.