Craig Revel Horwood Announces Debut Solo Album and UK Tour

by | Jul 10, 2024 | Music

Titled ‘Revelations: Songs Boys Don’t Sing’, the album will be released on 18th October via the Westway Music label, and is preceded by the release of Craig’s debut solo single, a dance floor update of Dame Shirley Bassey’s classic ‘This Is My Life’, which is out today (Monday, 17th June).

In support of his album, Craig will embark on a 53-date UK tour that begins in Eastleigh on 4th April 2025 and ends in Dunfermline on 28th June, including a date at London’s Union Chapel on 26th April.

Tickets are on sale now, available from

Craig is promising fans a “Fab-U-Lous” night of glamour, tall tales and big songs from his album, which features ‘Don’t Rain On My Parade’ from Funny Girl, ‘On My Own’ from Les Miserables and, amongst many others, ‘Little Girls’ from Annie, a song that Craig has sung in many productions playing Miss Hannigan.

As the longest-serving judge on BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing, Craig has become the undisputed king of the glitter ball and is now regarded as a national treasure. After starting his career as a dancer, Craig worked on the nation’s biggest musicals before becoming a successful choreographer, director and best-selling author. Also a remarkable singer, Craig has performed in many musicals and shows across the UK.

Craig said, “I am thrilled to announce the release of my debut album! It’s a momentous occasion for me, and I can’t wait to share the songs I’ve carefully chosen. Throughout my musical journey, I’ve had the privilege of performing as both a dancer and a singer in numerous musicals. However, this album holds a special place in my heart as I’ve had the opportunity to select songs that truly resonate with me.

“Each track on the album is traditionally associated with female singers, which presented a delightful challenge. I embraced this opportunity to record these songs, knowing that it might be my only chance to give them my own interpretation. The album is a perfect blend of drama, pathos, romance, and a touch of high camp. I’ve poured my heart and soul into every note, hoping that you will love each and every song.

“Thank you for joining me on this incredible musical journey. I can’t wait for you to experience the magic of my album!”

‘Revelations: Songs Boys Don’t Sing’ and ‘This Is My Life’ are available to pre-order/stream now from, with the full list of tour dates as follows:

  • 04 Apr’25 – EASTLEIGH Thornden Hall
  • 05 Apr’25 – MILTON KEYNES The Stables
  • 06 Apr’25 – RICHMOND Richmond Theatre
  • 09 Apr’25 – BRISTOL St George’s
  • 10 Apr’25 – BRADFORD St George’s Hall
  • 12 Apr’25 – BOLTON Alberts Hall
  • 13 Apr’25 – NEWCASTLE Theatre Royal
  • 16 Apr’25 – CHELMSFORD Civic Theatre
  • 17 Apr’25 – EASTBOURNE Congress Theatre
  • 18 Apr’25 – LICHFIELD Garrick Theatre
  • 19 Apr’25 – WREXHAM William Aston Hall
  • 20 Apr’25 – BIRMINGHAM Town Hall
  • 23 Apr’25 – WELLINGBOROUGH Castle Theatre
  • 24 Apr’25 – ST HELENS Theatre Royal
  • 25 Apr’25 – CHESTER Storyhouse
  • 26 Apr’25 – LONDON Union Chapel
  • 27 Apr’25 – READING The Hexagon
  • 30 Apr’25 – LOWESTOFT Marina Theatre
  • 01 May’25 – BURY ST EDMUNDS The Apex
  • 02 May’25 – LINCOLN New Theatre Royal
  • 03 May’25 – HULL City Hall
  • 04 May’25 – BLACKPOOL The Grand Theatre
  • 07 May’25 – PETERBOROUGH Cresset
  • 09 May’25 – DUDLEY Town Hall
  • 10 May’25 – CHESTERFIELD Winding Wheel
  • 11 May’25 – BEDFORD Corn Exchange
  • 16 May’25 – DUNSTABLE Grove Theatre
  • 17 May’25 – LEICESTER De Montfort Hall
  • 21 May’25 – KING’S LYNN Corn Exchange
  • 22 May’25 – IPSWICH Corn Exchange
  • 23 May’25 – CLACTON-ON-SEA West Cliff Theatre
  • 24 May’25 – WORTHING Pavilion
  • 25 May’25 – CRAWLEY The Hawth
  • 28 May’25 – CROYDON Concert Hall
  • 29 May’25 – PORTSMOUTH New Theatre Royal
  • 30 May’25 – NORTHAMPTON Royal Theatre
  • 31 May’25 – BASINGSTOKE Anvil
  • 01 Jun’25 – ISLE OF WIGHT Shanklin Theatre
  • 04 Jun’25 – BARRY Memo Arts Theatre
  • 05 Jun’25 – BATH Forum
  • 06 Jun’25 – CARMARTHEN Lyric
  • 07 Jun’25 – SWANSEA Brangwyn Hall
  • 12 Jun’25 – BOURNEMOUTH Pavilion Theatre
  • 13 Jun’25 – GRAVESHAM The Woodville
  • 14 Jun’25 – BASILDON Towngate
  • 18 Jun’25 – WHITLEY BAY Playhouse
  • 20 Jun’25 – SCARBOROUGH Spa
  • 21 Jun’25 – LIVERPOOL Philharmonic
  • 22 Jun’25 – NEWARK Palace Theatre
  • 25 Jun’25 – STIRLING Albert Halls
  • 26 Jun’25 – ABERDEEN Tivoli Theatre
  • 27 Jun’25 – DUNDEE Whitehall
  • 28 Jun’25 – DUNFERMLINE Alhambra


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