Graeme Walton

Graeme Walton

Graeme joined DMTC in 2001 to play the part of Dominique in our last production at The Assembly Rooms, “The Baker’s Wife”, which marked his stage debut.

Since then he has returned for several other productions with DMTC and played characters such as Freddy Eynsford-Hill in “My Fair Lady”, Third Office pitman in “Titanic“, Robert in “Company“, Gaston in “Gigi“, The Baron in “Grand Hotel“, Fatty Arbuckle in our 100th year anniversary production of “Mack and Mabel” and Joe Gillis in “Sunset Boulevard“.

Graeme also played the comical part of Cornelius Hackl in one of our recent shows, “Hello, Dolly!” which gave him the opportunity to star along side his wife Katy.

He has also taken memorable parts with other groups, including Magaldi in the Northern premiere of “Evita” for Sunderland AOS and the part of Bobby Child in “Crazy for You” for Spennymoor AOS.

Graeme also worked as a semi-professional entertainer for about fifteen years working extensively throughout the north east and has had prominent tours of Scotland, Wales, Yorkshire and Lancashire.

“I am proud to be taking on the role of ‘Che’ in our production of Evita – the big challenge will be growing the facial hair!”