Craig Revel Horwood has become a household name, appearing as the eagle-eyed judge on the BBC’s Saturday evening prime-time show Strictly Come Dancing. An original member of the 2004 judging panel, Craig is currently taking part in his 15th series of the popular celebrity dancing competition.
His career has taken him all around the world. Originally from Australia, Craig’s professional dance training began in his home town of Ballarat, before he moved to Melbourne and began performing in a vast range of stage shows, commercials and TV specials. He later travelled to Europe, dancing and singing in various productions in Paris before moving to the UK, appearing in CATS, Crazy For You and the original concert version of Jesus Christ Superstar.
After an incredibly successful performing career, Craig shifted his focus to directing and choreography in the mid-1990s. Craig made his Watermill directing debut in 2007 with the hugely popular Martin Guerre. He has since become a regular director/choreographer at The Watermill and received critical acclaim for shows including Hot Mikado, Sunset Boulevard (which transferred to London’s West End), Spend, Spend, Spend!, and The Witches of Eastwick. More recently Craig has choreographed and directed Chess, Fiddler On The Roof, Sister Act and the new musical, Son of a Preacher Man – which is currently touring theatres around the UK.
Craig hasn’t completely hung up his performing shoes and as well as appearing annually in pantomime, he can be found playing the villainous character Miss Hannigan in the West End revival of Annie at the Piccadilly Theatre, London.
Don't miss the chance to spend the evening in the company of Craig Revel Horwood on Wednesday 29 November at 7pm.
Tickets: £35 and includes a glass of fizz after the event.
This is a fundraising event for The Watermill Theatre, registered charity no. 261430
The restaurant will be open for a pre-show buffet before the event. Please make a reservation when you book your tickets online at www.watermill.org.uk or with the Box Office on 01635 46044.