A Clown Show About Rain

A dazzling look at the complexities of understanding and dealing with depression.

In this beautiful and terrible world, keeping our heads above water is sometimes all we can manage. A Clown Show About Rain is a dazzling look at the complexities of understanding and dealing with depression.

Forth, Cromarty and Dogger take each day as it comes, but as the water levels rise how will they cope with a broken umbrella and leaking wellies? Watch as they play, dance, seek and hide in this world of ever-changing weather.

Smashing together clowning with beautiful visual imagery and physical theatre, Silent Faces see what it is to try and battle the elements when our weather proofing is failing, and explore how it could be possible to come together, in ourselves and with others, in order to carry on.

Praise for past work:
★★★★★ Everything Theatre “Unmissable”
★★★★ The Stage “Brilliantly performed physical comedy”
★★★★★ London Theatre 1 “Testament to just how creative and innovative the very best of theatre can be”

Silent Faces Double BillSave £4 on each show (for a total of £8), when booking for Follow Suit and A Clown Show About Rain. Simply add a ticket to each show into your basket to take advantage of the offer.
Theatre
1hr 00m
The Vaults
16 — 17 Mar 18:10
£11.50
12+
18:10
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About the company

Silent Faces

Silent Faces are an integrated company based in London. With their unique style of playful devised theatre, they push the boundaries of clowning and physical theatre in a contemporary political context

Artistic Team
Devised and performed by
Josie Underwood, Cordelia Stevenson, Jay Wakely, Cara Withers, Stella Kailides & Laurie Ogden

Press & Reviews

Praise for past work

★★★★★ Everything Theatre "Unmissable"
★★★★★ London Theatre 1 "Testament to just how creative and innovative the very best of theatre can be"
★★★★ The Stage "Brilliantly performed physical comedy"
★★★★ The Scotsman "This deceptive show is full of surprises"
★★★★ Fringe Biscuit "Brilliantly Precise"
★★★★ Young Perspectives

"Style, grace and an unerring proclivity for dark humour"
Disability Arts Online
"Silent Faces bring something completely different to the London scene"
A Younger Theatre