Deborah Walliker took the actor training course at The Poor School, graduating in 2004. Recent productions include:
The Monologue Night at The Rose and Crown pub theatre, Walthamstow (November 2022) – wrote and performed a monologue: The Away Day.
Greenwich and Docklands International Theatre (September 2022) - wrote and recorded a short story: A Docks Life; which was played on an installation by Dutch artist Arjan Kruidhoff.
Title role in a production of Antigone at The Etcetera Theatre, Camden, March 2022.
Extensive fringe work for Sturdy Beggars Theatre Company, with credits including The Open Couple (Dario Fo), Village Wooing (George Bernard Shaw), The Positive Hour (April de Angelis).
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