In this new paperback edition, bringing all the gossip (from on and off stage) bang up to date, Craig Revel Horwood reveals some sensational stories from his life and times in TV and theatre. The true star of Strictly Come Dancing proves that there is so much more to him than the sharp-tongued Strictly judge, as he reveals all about directing the Strictly Live shows, his unforgettable stints as the Wicked Queen in panto, competing and winning the 2012 Maestro at the Opera and his award-winning theatre productions. Told with Craig's typical frankness and humour, Tales from the Dance Floor is a fascinating insight into the often shocking world of showbiz.
'A warm, witty follow-up... a fabulous book for any dancing or musical fan'
'Lifts the lid on colleagues and contestants'
'Goes behind the scenes of Strictly Come Dancing, revealing all about the popular show'
'Mr Nasty talks contestants, stepping out and Strictly's future Star magazine Gives his fans plenty of entertaining behind-the-scenes gossip'
'Full of sensational stories from his life on and offstage, this book is frank, funny and revealing' Bent magazine
'Perfect as a stocking filler for Christmas, Tales from the Dance Floor is sure to keep you entertained and is the ideal gift for Strictly fans of all ages'
Publication date: 25/09/2014
Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books Ltd
|Publication date:||25th September 2014|
|Author:||Craig Revel Horwood|
|Publisher:||Michael O'Mara Books Ltd|
|Genres:||Biography / Autobiography, eBook Favourites,|
|Categories:||Autobiography: arts & entertainment, Dance, Television,|
Craig Revel Horwood is a critically acclaimed dancer, director and choreographer. He is also an accomplished artist. Craig has made a name for himself as a highly talented dancer and choreographer, director and Strictly Come Dancing judge with over 20 years experience in the business. Not only has he received praise for his dancing know-how and impressive flair, but high acclaim for his pantomime performances and a string of international theatre shows including the 'gob smacking good' (The Times) Spend, Spend, Spend!, and Hey Mr. Producer!More About Craig Revel Horwood