Debbie Christie


Debbie is delighted to be part of the new Folkestone Live festival and hopes that it will be the first of many successful fringes to come.

She was part of the original cast of To Have and To Hold over 20 years ago (but playing the younger part of Susan then). Her most recent theatre credits include:

  • Lynn in Invisible Me (New Wimbledon Theatre)
  • Joan Crawford in Bette and Joan (Wokingham Theatre)
  • Elizabeth in Moggs War (The Old Red Lion Theatre)
  • Prime Minister Liz Oldfield in The Speech (The Art’s Theatre)
  • Joanne in Company (the Wilde Theatre)

She also played Frida in The Space Between, a one woman show which won the Kenneth Branagh New Writing award at The Windsor Fringe.

Portrait of Debbie Christie wearing a black jacket on a black background
Photographed by Carl Proctor
Performing in:
'Laughter through tears' expresses the heightened emotions running through this one act play. Following the sudden death of her father, Susan rushes home to help her mother and aunt prepare for the funeral. Susan had hoped that his sudden death would finally bring her and her mother a little closer…
Fleecehold, a 'rollicking juggernaut of a show', charts the journey of three extraordinary women from the north west who have fought to abolish leasehold over the last eight years after being mis-sold their homes using the Government's Help To Buy scheme. Katie, a nurse, is furious the freehold to…