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"Weight/Wait is a stunning conversation on mental health through the unified strength of dance and dialogue. A raw and enchanting dance performance, untangling one woman’s exertion with anxiety as she begins counselling"  Voice Mag (

"a powerful piece of contemporary dance theatre and an emotional rollercoaster that is gripping from start to exquisite duet performed by two very impressive dance artists” Nadia Strahan, Fringe Review.

Empathetically tactful, gracefully written and exceptionally performed, Weight/Wait is as exquisite as it is heart-wrenching, a welcome conversation on anxiety through dance" Hannah Lee

Caldonia uses the body to tell stories, explore human experience and make people smile at the unexpected. She utilises tools from contact dance, improvisation practices, text and film to find dance work that explores the everyday alongside the extraordinary.

Her dance work has been shown at The Royal Opera House Linbury Theatre, The Dance Centre (Vancouver), The Southbank Centre, The Place, Channel 4 Random Acts, Birmingham International Dance Festival, Swindon Dance, DanceXchange, Edinburgh & Brighton Fringe Festivals, in schools, hospitals and more. She has choreographed and movement directed for music videos, musical theatre and plays.

In 2024, she was Associate Movement to Polly Bennett on the West-End production People, Places & Things.


She holds an MA in Creative Practice from Laban, and teaches Contact Improvisation and Release-based Technique classes in professional, vocational and community settings.

The work Weight/Wait received Arts Council England funding three times for the creation and production of a 40-minute show that toured schools, hospitals and theatres in 2017-2019, culminating in the creation of ALEX The Film in 2021.

Caldonia was the co-director (with Adam Lenson) and choreographer of the musical The Quentin Dentin Show, which has enjoyed production runs at The Edinburgh Fringe (2015) and in London at the Arts Theatre (2016) and Tristan Bates Theatre (2017).  



'Special mention goes to Caldonia Walton for her choreography which is totally on point.' James Prescott, Everything Theatre

'the production is energetically inventive, professional and polished thanks to accomplished orchestration from director Caldonia Walton.' Peter Brown, ActDrop

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