Following her graduation from the Royal Academy of Music, Christina spent several years as part of the original West End cast of Once at The Phoenix Theatre. This was followed by the national tour of Calamity Jane and Sondheim's Putting It Together at The Lyric Theatre, Belfast.
Her further theatre credits include the role of Bernie on the UK Tour of Jamie Lloyd's production of The Commitments, before going on to play Petra in A Little Night Music at the Watermill Theatre. She has recently completed two workshops, Our Man In Havana, again at the Watermill Theatre, and Carmen The Gypsy at The National Theatre. Her most recent credits include Nellie in the brand new muscial Oranges And Elephants at Hoxton Hall, directed by Susie McKenna and Orwell's Down and Out Live for Libby Brodie Productions.
More recently, Christina appeared in Carmen The Gypsy as Mariah (Romany Theatre Company) in a short tour which included performances at the New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich and the Arcola Theatre, and played the title role in Maggie May at Liverpool's Royal Court, directed by Bob Eaton.
She can next be seen as Carol in Grandma Saves the Day at New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswitch.