An evening with Robert Craig

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An evening with Robert Craig

ROBERT commenced his career as an entertainer in 1972. He remained semi professional for thirteen years, pleasing audiences in the South Wales and South of England areas.

He then became a professional entertainer in January 1985 from which time through self-determination and training has developed him in to attaining the highest of standards as a vocal entertainer. His professionalism and supremely polished performances have taken him worldwide and earned the greatest of respect from Booking Agents wherever he performs.

A 6’ tall, Welsh born, mature, good looking vocal entertainer who is always immaculately dressed, possesses a naturally powerful voice which has a range from Baritone to a unique Falsetto, which by his delivery and personality promotes pleasure, enjoyment and amazement in a wide variety of audiences.

ROBERT includes in his repertoire many songs from most of the box office busting Musicals with a vast array of other well selected material, all performed with feeling, professionalism, dashing personality and above all polish and style. (Sammy Davis Junior, Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole etc.)

Wednesday 16th March
Doors 6:30pm / Show 7:30pm
Ticket price Tickets £15.00

Since 1991 ROBERT has concentrated his career towards the cruise market and since that time, he has travelled all over the world working for several leading cruise lines, along with nine tours of the Australian mainland and receiving great revues from the audiences and his peers earning himself the reputation as “The Singer’s Singer”. During his tours of Australia, he received an award for Best International Vocalist. In addition, in 1991 ROBERT received vocal training from one of the UK’s top vocal coaches, Mary Hammond.

In 2002 ROBERT joined Seabourne Cruise Lines as an Assistant Cruise Director and was promoted to Cruise Director on his second contract. ROBERT stayed with Seabourne for three and a half years and then moved to Travelscope cruises where he was employed in the capacity of headline Cabaret Artist, Assistant Cruise Director and Cruise Director for two years before moving back to the cabaret circuit.

2011 saw the launch of ROBERT’S show The Rat Pack Revisited. A tribute to the hits of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Junior and Dean Martin.

Over the past few years Robert has continued touring the UK with his own cabaret show and performing in a Tribute to the 1940’s Dad’s Army show plus joining A Night at The Musicals as lead male vocalist.

ROBERT has performed with many of the world’s top artistes but one of his most memorable moments in showbiz was sharing the same stage at St. James’s Palace with Dame Vera Lynn and Sir Norman Wisdom.

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