“I mean, people were even told to retrain themselves. People were told to, you know, become a mechanic! You can point your toes but now you need to fix a car.
“I was really amazed by that. I was so impressed with the UK and how much people love arts, and then I was so amazed at the same level how little support artists got through the toughest times.
“Now things are slowly getting better because theatres are reopening, shows are coming back, but I do hope that there’s not going to be a generation of talent missing because of how things were dealt with.”
Aljaz added that he thinks dancers are more at risk than other members of the creative industry.