V EYE P (Workshop)
BBC TV, Tim Kirkby (2010)
Working on the devolopment of a new comedy pilot for the BBC, Craig starred as an overworked stylist, trying in vein to appease the unsatiable fashion desires of Lady Gaga!
BBC TV, Ian Barnes (2008)
In a high budget flagship episode of the long running BBC series, Craig Guest Lead’s the show as troubled youth Snoop. Chaos reigns with angry riots, car jacking, explosions, lost limbs and romance, as Snoop bites off a little more than he can chew.
Kudos Limited, Alrick Riley (2008)
Craig appears alongside Peter Mullen, Jody Latham & Tamzin Outhwaite in the very first episode of this critically acclaimed/ award winning Kudos (Hustle, Spooks, Life on Mars) drama.
BBC, Louise Hooper (2008)
Craig again leads the epidose as struggling multiple sclerosis sufferer Tyrone Monday. With his health fading and medical help not forthcoming Tyrone asseses his lifestyle and sets out to help a friend, sadly that help won’t be neccessarily welcome or appreciated.
BBC, David Kerr (2007)
Making his nationally televised debut Craig comes to the fore alongside Sam Riley, Honor Blackman and John Thomson as the humble drummer Kemps of mercurial Indie trio Muffhead a band with a loyal cult following trying to break into the bigtime.
Thames TV, Rob Knights (2007)
As part of the BAFTA nominated Lewis Hardy Epic, Craig surfaces as the menacing Duane Tate, a ringleader in the notorious Skens gang of South London. With Duane and his boys implicated in a recent death, PC Lewis Hardy (Aml Ameen) risks life and limb to get some answers from Duane, on Skens turf.
The Big Life
Theatre Royal Stratford East, Clint Dyer (2012)
Craig performs the role of Dennis in the concert version of groundbreaking musical The Big Life at The Theatre Royal, Stratford East. The Big Life was the first Black British musical in London’s West End, opening at the Apollo Theatre in May 2005 to rave reviews. The piece adapts the narrative of Shakespeare’s Love’s Labours Lost into a hit Ska musical, telling the story of Jamaican’s migrating to London on the Windrush in search of oppertunity in the 1950′s.
Deutsches Theatre Munich, Gary Lloyd (2012)
Craig reprises his role in the iconic Love-Rock musical. The brand new staging directed by Gary Lloyd (Thriller Live, Fame, Jesus Christ Superstar) reinvigorates the tribal story of the anti-Vietnam War movement and the sexual revolution.
Theatre Royal Stratford East, Kerry Michael (2011)
Returning to Theatre Royal, Stratford East, Craig stars as Prince Charming in this years Pantomime offering ‘Cinderella’. The fabled tale of Cinders is given the legendary Stratford East treatment, with ”a whirlwind of lost slippers, a handsome prince, and not just one but THREE delicious dames”. With ‘Cinderella’ running throught until the end of January 2012, the historic theatre (now sat in the impressive shadow of the Olympic Park) will begin the London 2012 festivities with a bang in its own incomparable style.
20th Century Boy
The New Wolsey Theatre, Gary Lloyd (2011)
Craig stars as Rolan Bolan, the enigmatic son of iconic T-Rex frontman Marc Bolan & Motown songstress Gloria Jones in the World Premier of the Brand New Musical 20th Century Boy, a celebration of the life & music of Marc Bolan & T-Rex. Directed by Gary Lloyd , with a songlist including Ride a White Swan, Metal Guru, Get It On, I Love To Boogie, Children of the Revolution & of course the title song 20th Century Boy, the musical will explode onto the New Wolsey Theatre Stage in the Autumn of 2011.
EJB Entertainment, European Tour, Gary Lloyd (2011)
Craig performs in the iconic Love-Rock musical ‘Hair’ before thousands of spectators in a European Tour, including a sell out run to over 50,000 people at the Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam. The brand new staging directed by Gary Lloyd (Thriller Live, Fame, Jesus Christ Superstar) reinvigorates the tribal story of the anti-Vietnam War movement and the sexual revolution.
If You Know Your History
Theatre Royal Stratford East/ Soho Theatre, Christian Hogas (2010)
Craig appears as Troy “Scottie” Fitzgerald, in the siege thriller ‘If You Know Your History’ written by Jo Shoop as part of the ‘Central Lines’ new writing festival co produced by The Soho Theatre and Theatre Royal, Stratford East. Scottie is one of four fanatical Tottenham Hotspur fans who decide to ‘even up the score’ by kidnapping Chelsea’s two star players as the league season reaches its climax. They believe they’ll become hero’s by helping their beloved Spurs win the league, but are unprepared for the potential sacrifices.
Alice In Wonderland
New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, Caroline Sharman (2009)
Craig augmented his dramatic versatility by performing no fewer than five roles in what was the first in house production by the New Theatre Royal in over 50 years! This well recieved musical version of Lewis Carroll’s classic brought the tale to brand new generations of energetic audiences on the South Coast.
Team Angelica, Rikki Beadle-Blair (2009)
Performed at the historic Drill Hall in London’s West End, this sell-out, contemporary, thought provoking play saw Craig as Trev, a desperate romantic. Trev’s lying, cheating boyfriend Brenden (Jai Rajani) having finally spun one web of deciet too many is pincered by his two lovers, as the play climaxes at a crowded Heathrow airport.
A Bhangra Story
Rifco Arts/Soho Theatre, Pravesh Kumar (2008)
Rifco Arts (Theres Something About Simmy) served up a groundbreaking new musical at The Soho Theatre. With the fushion of British Bhangra, R&B and Pop, Craig starred as an illegitamate son Jason who following the death of his mother, embarks on a search to find his long lost bialogical father (a washed up, semi-alcoholic 80′s Bhangra star) who desperately does not want to be found.
Team Angelica, Rikki Beadle-Blair (2008)
Performing in a role for the first time that was written personally for him, Craig embarked upon a unique journey with award winning writer/ director Rikki Beadle-Blair appearing as charismatic con-man Omar Campbell. Omar, however is the one about to be taken for a ride as the target of his next scam is revealed to be his secret brother.
Five Guys Named Moe
The English Theatre Frankfurt, Omar F. Okai
Craig Storrod starred as the shows protagonist ‘Nomax’ the hard drinking, fast living womaniser who’s lady had finally left him in this show penned by Clarke Peters (who later starred in ‘The Wire’ & ‘Notting Hill’).
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Romeo & Juliet
Escapade Theatre, Deborah Ellis
Craig appeared as Mercutio in an ambitious and contemporary production of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet at the Chequer Mead Arts Centre. Ben Elton, The Mayor and other special guests were all in attendance at the press night of this groundbreaking retelling of a classic love story
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The Snow Queen
Theatre Royal Stratford East, Dawn Reid
Fresh out of drama school Craig made his theatrical debut, professionally as ‘Kai’ an angst ridden young soul, stolen away from his village by ‘The Snow Queen’ to be groomed as her Prince
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Royal Albert Hall/ Team Angelica Films, Rikki Beadle-Blair, 2011
Commissioned by The Royal Albert Hall, Butterfly see’s Craig as adopted child sorrow in a modern adaptation of Giacomo Puccini’s classic opera. Rikki Beadle-Blair directs an exploratory piece depicting the aftermath of Sorrow’s adoption and his quest to find out the truth about his mothers’ demise.
Team Angelica Films, Rikki Beadle-Blair (2010)
After a smash hit run at Theatre Royal, Stratford East several years ago, Rikki Beadle-Blair’s provocative play Bashment finally makes its much anticipated transition to the big screen. Featuring much of the original cast from the hugely popular stage show, Craig guests as a member of ‘The Righteous Cru’, peforming their orginal song ‘Redemption’ alongside ‘K’n'S, co written with Jai Rajani and K’n'S and produced by Dj Nasher.
Team Angelica/Achilles Entertainment, Rikki Beadle-Blair (2009)
Starring as attention junkie Marco, the sassy goalkeeper of Platoon FC (complete with personal stalker), KickOff see’s Craig at his charming best, in Rikki Beadle-Blair’s cutting edge comedy.
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Mark One Productions/ Red Bee Media, Mark One (2010)
Sponsored by anti knife/gun crime charities The Robert Levy Foundation, The Tom Easton Flavasum Trust and Through Unity in addition to Virgin Media TV, After Effects promises to be the most poignant anti youth violence film of current times. Set for massive national distribution across Schools, Colleges and Pupil Reintegration Units, Craig appears as gun-shot victim Darren Sewell. After Effects has the passion, scope and delivery to make a wide reaching, genuinely positive social impact.
Met Film School, Muhammad Ghazvini (2009)
Shot by up and coming director Muhammad Ghazvini in association with the famous Met Film School accredited by the NFTS, Craig starred as Jimmy in the physcological thriller Sniper Man. Set on the scenic Parliament Hill, Craig’s character Jimmy watched helpless as a co-worker enraged by the system became a cold blooded hitman also known as Sniper Man.
Square Pig Productions, Gabriel Larmour (2007)
A short produced by a fledgling film company Finding Death saw Craig as the demonic Squilla, a member of a violent street gang. The gang come across a King’s ransom in money, but with each member desperate to take the loot for himself, only one can reign supreme.
Birmingham School Of Acting, Mark Presdee (2006)
Craig starred as Wayne, a hapless Brummie mechanic, in this inventive musical short produced by Peter Bullock (Holby City, Doctors). Wayne’s consistently incompetent handy work, finally catches up with him as he manages to virtaully destroy the car of a mobster’s girlfriend and tries to blow up the evidence!
Theatre Royal, Stratford East, Rikki Beadle-Blair (2012)
Written by Zoe Ambrose as part of the Angelic Tales new writing festival presented by Team Angelica, Craig starred as Anton an obsessed and abusive brother whose ‘protectve love over his sister knows no bounds, or boundaries’.
Take Away (Workshop)
Theatre Royal Stratford East, Kerry Michael (2011)
Craig returns to Theatre Royal, Stratford East to workshop brand new musical ‘Take Away’ by Robert Lee and Leon Ko and directed by Kerry Michael.
Destination: Jonestown (Workshop)
Theatre Royal Stratford East, Nick Bruckman (2010)
Directed by Nick Bruckman, Craig helps devise and create a powerful piece of theatre exploring the rise and fall of the Peoples’ Temple and its leader Jim Jones the socialist revolutionary who led his followers to Jonestown, Guyana.
Toy Theatres (Workshop)
Birmingham Rep, Steve Ball (2009)
In a special performance commissioned annually by the Birmingham Rep, thousands of children across Birmingham compete with in an original writing competition. Craig appeared in the winning play, and performed the final version to the competition winners, plus special guests.
Theatre Royal Stratford East, Kerry Michael (2007)
Before heading off to Frankfurt for Five Guys Named Moe, directed by Stratford East’s Artictic Director, Kerry Michael Craig workshopped as Don Dini in development of this Olivier Nominated production.
What Ever Happened To The Jelly Babies?
The Birmingham Rep, Ben Payne (2006)
The Birmingham Rep, Caroline Jester (2006)
Both formed part of the 2006 Transmissions New Writing Festival at The Birmingham Rep. Craig had the opportunity to work with up and coming fresh writers on new plays, developed especially for the festival.