Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean are hoping to bring their autobiography to life, with a tour later this month, at venues across the Midlands.
After signing hundreds of copies of their brand new book in Nottingham this morning, the skating pair found time to chat to ITV News Central about their hopes for the tour.
Fans had travelled for miles today to queue up at the National Ice Centre to get signed copies of the new Torvill and Dean autobiography, in their home city of Nottingham.
After signing hundreds of copies of their brand new book in Nottingham this morning, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean are heading to Birmingham this afternoon for another signing.
They will arrive at Waterstones in New Street to sign copies of Our Life On Ice at 4:30pm.
The couple will head out on tour later this month to answer questions about their lives at venues across the Midlands:
- 29th November, Warwick Arts Centre
- 5th December, Oakengates Theatre, Telford
- 7th December, Nottingham Playhouse
- 11th December, Birmingham Town Hall
Fans of Torvill and Dean have queued at the National Ice Centre in Nottingham to get a signed copy of the duo's new autobiography.
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean have returned home to Nottingham Ice Centre to sign copies of their new autobiography Our Life on Ice.
In the book, the couple say they finally open up about the challenges they have faced and the pressures of life in the public eye.
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean are signing copies of their autobiography today at the National Ice Centre in Nottingham.
The skating pair are most famous for winning gold with their Bolero routine in the 1984 Winter Olympics.
Legendary Ice Dancers Torvill and Dean return to their home town of Nottingham today. The former olympic Gold medallists will perform a 'mass Bolero' in the Old Market Square.
Later they'll appear at the city's Ice Arena as part of the Dancing on Ice Tour.
Earlier this year Torvill & Dean travelled back to Sarajevo to recreate the Gold medal winning routine on the 30th Anniversary of the 1984 Winter Games.
Nearly five thousand people have turned out to watch Nottingham's ice skating duo Torvill and Dean recreate their famous 1984 Bolero routine in Bosnia.
The routine won them gold in the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo 30 years ago.
After the performance, ITV News Central caught up with the pair.
Designs have been unveiled for a bronze statue of the Nottingham skaters Torvill and Dean.
Designer Carl Payne says it is the perfect tribute to the stars.
£80,000 needs to be raised for the statue to be made. It could be placed outside the National Ice Centre in Nottingham.
Designs have been unveiled for a bronze statue of Nottingham skaters Torvill and Dean.
An appeal has started to raise £80,000. It could be placed outside Nottingham's National Ice Centre.