Aljaž Škorjanec and Janette Manrara are to star in a streamed performance of their brand-new dance spectacular, Remembering the Oscars, for a limited three-week season.

The one-hour special will see the pair roll out the red carpet to celebrate a selection of award-winning songs, films and dance routines from the Golden Age of Hollywood, Disney family favourites and beyond.

The popular Strictly couple will be joined by 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.

The performance will be intercut with commentaries from Aljaž & Janette, and will also include behind-the-scenes content, their personal account of how the show and its routines were created, why they picked certain songs and how they devised each of the show’s sections.

Shot using 10 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 and phones until 17 April.

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' session with Aljaž & Janette, and an exclusive 30-minute behind-the-scenes film.

Remembering The Oscars starts at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £15, with the two upgrades costing £5 each, and can be purchased HERE