Caldonia trained professionally in contemporary dance, graduating with a First Class BA Honours degree from London Studio Centre where she was part of Intoto Dance.
She plays the 'inner voice' in the film work ALEX and stage production Weight/Wait.
Caldonia has performed as Fifi in VOXED's Out Late production (The Place, BBC Arts & more), Emily in A Posi+ive Life by Autin Dance Theatre, Elizabeth in Frankenstein (Cascade Dance Theatre, National Welsh Tour) and she is a company member of Ransack Dance Company (Wales), touring and creating new dance theatre work since 2018. Caldonia has also worked with artists such as Douglas Thorpe (Mad Dogs Dance Theatre), Zamira Kate Mummery (ZK Dance), Dam Van Huynh, Cirque Bijou, Edd Mitton, Hannah Vincent, Lizzie J Klotz and Willi Dorner.
'through a combination of movement and voice Walton manages to capture the mundanity of our day to day tasks, our small personal debates and frustrations, with clarity and humour' Rachel Elderkin, londondance.com
'Caldonia Walton shines particularly brightly as Elizabeth Lavenza...Walton imbues kindness, strength and a genuine warmth of character to what is often a thankless role, and lights up the stage whenever she graces it.' Barbara Hughes-Moore, Get The Chance Wales