Craig Revel Horwood shares a few of his favourite songs (1/3)
26th June 2011
THESE ARE A FEW OF MY FAVOURITE SONGS: CRAIG REVEL HORWOOD (1/3)
Mark Shenton hears the dancer, choreographer, director – and famously catty Strictly Come Dancing judge – talk about (and sometimes through) some of his best-loved songs. Part of a special series at Jermyn Street Theatre, London, curated by Shenton and organised under the auspices of the Theatre Guild. The featured singer is West End leading lady Caroline Sheen. Recorded: 30 May 2011.
I’m slightly concerned about this – but as I’m among friends, if I hit a bum note, you won’t worry too much and I’d rather get it over with at the beginning, darling… Shall I give it a bash?
Whitney Houston, ‘The Greatest Love of All’ (sung by Craig Revel Horwood)
Bette Midler from ‘The Rose Concert Monologue’ directly into ‘When a Man Loves a Woman’ (excerpt)
Sandy Patti, ‘In the Name of the Lord’ (excerpt)
Jennifer Holliday, ‘And I Am Telling You’ (excerpt)
Queen, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ (excerpt)
Astor Piazzolla, ‘Finally Together’ and Osvaldo Pugliase, ‘La Yumba/Adios Nonino’ (excerpt)
Ricki Lee Jones, ‘Company’ (excerpt)
Neil Diamond, ‘Love on the Rocks’ (excerpt)
‘Give My Life For You’ from Miss Saigon (sung by Caroline Sheen)
‘Someone Else’s Story’ from Chess (sung by Caroline Sheen)