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Torvill and Dean Bid Farewell with Our Last Dance After 40 Years on Ice



Torvill And Dean Bid Farewell With Our Last Dance After 40 Years On Ice

Legendary figure skating duo, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, who captured hearts worldwide with their flawless performance at the 1984 Sarajevo Winter Olympics, are set to take their final bow on the ice after four illustrious decades.

In an exclusive interview with A Current Affair, the British pair shared insights into their upcoming arena tour, ‘Our Last Dance,’ scheduled to grace audiences across Australia next June.

During the tour, Torvill and Dean intend to offer spectators a nostalgic journey through their remarkable careers, intertwining their captivating on-ice displays with the telling of their personal story and evolution.

While keeping the details under wraps, the duo hinted at a potential rendition of their iconic routine to Maurice Ravel‘s Bolero, leaving fans eager to witness the magic live.

Having skated together for an impressive 50 years, the forthcoming tour not only promises a spectacular display of talent but also signifies the culmination of Torvill and Dean’s legendary partnership.

Expressing a mix of excitement and sentimentality, Dean acknowledged the emotional weight of their final performance, foreseeing a poignant moment as they bid farewell to the ice.

‘Our Last Dance’ is scheduled to tour major Australian cities in June, with general public ticket sales commencing on Thursday, July 11 via Ticketek.

Key tour dates include June 14-15 at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, June 18-19 at the Melbourne Rod Laver Arena, June 21-22 at the Sydney Qudos Bank Arena, and June 27 at the Perth RAC Arena.

Rachel Adams

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