Follow Suit

A darkly comic take on the chaotic world of high finance.

An “audacious” (The Scotsman) darkly comic take on the chaotic world of high finance.
In this absurd office avoiding the skeletons in the stationery cupboard is crucial. Rearrange the furniture, leap over the desks, then experiment with origami and orchestrate a four-part symphony using spreadsheet data. Witness these business people crawl up the walls of their office in search of inspiration for their distraction.
It’s business… but not as usual.

Following a critically acclaimed run at Edinburgh Fringe 2017 with The Pleasance, Silent Faces bring their outrageous office antics and textbook political bite to VAULT.

“Marvellously comic and compelling… this is sterling work” The Stage

★★★★★ Everything Theatre
★★★★★ London Theatre 1
★★★★ The Stage
★★★★ The Scotsman
★★★★ Young Perspectives
★★★★ Fringe Biscuit

“Subtle, hilarious and ultimately shocking” Everything Theatre

‘Follow Suit’ was developed with generous support from Goldsmiths University and in conjunction with Stopgap and Disability Arts Online as part of the Integrated Fringe bursary for Brighton Fringe 2016.

Silent Faces Double BillSave £4 on each show (for a total of £8), when booking for A Clown Show About Rain and Follow Suit. Simply add a ticket to each show into your basket to take advantage of the offer.
1hr 00m
The Vaults
07 — 11 Mar 19:15
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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
Directed by
Josie Underwood
Assisted by
Cara Withers
Devised by
The Company
Original Concept Developed by
Cordelia Stevenson, Josie Underwood, Jay Wakely, Megan Smyth & Barty Shepherd
Josie Underwood
Cordelia Stevenson
Adam Deane
Jay Wakely

Press & Reviews

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


Disability Arts Online

Style, grace and an unerring proclivity for dark humour

A Younger Theatre

Silent Faces bring something completely different to the London scene