Returning in 2018, Dancing on Ice Live Tour! Breaks are now on sale - click here to see our best-selling break.
When: Friday 23rd March - Sunday 15th April 2018
Where: Variety of arena venues across the UK
Memorable Moments: Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean's performance of the 'Bolero'
2012 – Jennifer Ellison performing the 'Scorpion Kick' and accidently stabbing herself in the head
2011 – Vanilla Ice re-creating his famous 'Ice Ice Baby' routine on the rink
2010 - Hayley Tamaddon and Daniel Whiston's perfect 'Jai Ho' routine
For those of you not in the know, Dancing On Ice is a popular TV show following a similar format to Strictly Come Dancing but all the routines take place on the ice! Celebrity contestants are paired up with their professional skating star and then put through their paces to learn a variety of skating routines. With some of the contestants not having skated before, Dancing On Ice can prove to be a fun watch as they try to stay on their feet without slipping over onto the ice.
Dancing On Ice first aired in January 2006 and its viewing audience has grown significantly ever since. The main draw of the show is that it features popular former Olympic skating champions Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean who not only help the celebrities learn their routines but also provide comments and advice throughout the series. Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean also dazzle the crowds with a variety of their own routines, basically showing the contestants how it should be done! Another attraction to the show is that during The Final, the contestants and their partners must perform 'Bolero' which is quite a challenge seeing as this routine made champions of Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean when they won gold in the 1984 Winter Olympics held in Sarajevo.
Dancing On Ice requires the contestants to learn, perfect and feature a variety of skating elements into their routines with the help of their professional skating partner and the coaching techniques of Torvill and Dean. Some of the required elements include; Assisted and Unassisted Jumps; Use of a Prop; Flying above the ice; A one footed spin; Toe step sequences among many others. These routines are then performed in front of a Judging Panel who then give them a score out of six. At the end of the show, the phone lines are open for the viewing public to vote to keep their favourite skating stars in the competition.
For anyone who is a fan of the TV show, you can see the Skating Stars perform live with the Dancing On Ice Tour which takes place in a variety of arena venues across the UK. Some of the contestants from the current series, in addition to those from past shows, will perform their most popular skating routines competing for high scores from the Judging Panel.
Previous Winners are:
2011 – Sam Attwater and Brianne Delcourt
2012 – Matthew Wolfenden and Nina Ulanova
2013 - Beth Tweddle and Daniel Whiston
View the trailer for the Final Dancing On Ice Live Tour 2018: