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Running Time: 1 hour and 40 minutes
Venue: New Ambassadors Theatre (Book a nearby hotel)
Venue Directions: Take the Piccadilly or Northern line to Leicester Square station. The theatre is approximately 5 minutes walk.
Seating Plan: New Ambassadors Theatre

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About Stomp

Stomp started life 20 years ago as a piece of street theatre in the seaside town of Brighton, but quickly gained fame and attention as it garnered critical acclaim from all corners. Since that time, Stomp has become a world-wide success, with tours and shows opening across the world with equal success.

Stomp was (as still is) so popular because of its simplicity - it takes everyday objects and turns them into musical instruments with everything from dustbin lids, to brooms being used to make a tune, beat or melody of one kind or another with an energy and enthusiasm which has marvelled audiences across the world. Stomp is a extraordinary musical extravaganza with simple rhythmic sounds which break through culture and language barriers and can be appreciated by anyone and everyone – whatever their social position, age, sex or race. There is no plot, no complexities, no twists in the story, just a simple musical and precisely choreographed performance to be enjoyed for what it is.

With Stomp, the West End can boast to having a show with the largest collection of props ever used in a theatrical performance, including bins lids, plastic containers, brooms, plungers and even the odd kitchen sink, all being turned into musical instruments as the cast bang, crash, wallop, thump and stomp their way across the stage. You'll be blown away by the sound and movement as well as the seemingly never-ending enthusiasm of the cast as they open the audience up to the beauty of simplicity.

Stomp is undeniably impressive and even 20 years on, it's still wowing audiences on a regular basis. Something so simple, yet so impressive. Stomp has been in the West End for over 8 years and is currently playing at the Ambassadors Theatre.

There are several different Stomp companies performing around the world, including 3 working in the UK and 2 in the USA and each group has a different style to the next, so when you go to see Stomp, you can be sure of seeing a very special performance. The shows are very tightly choreographed, but each performer is given the chance to shine and put their own personality into the performance and it is said that each show is an expression of each of the individuals personality and sense of rhythm.

Book your Stomp tickets today and see why so many people have enjoyed the Stomp performance over the last 20 years.

Stomp Reviews


We saw this at the weekend, and at first I thought it might be a little boring towards the end after listening to the same sort of thing! I was wrong. An absolutely brilliant show with the perfect mixture of music and comedy, the characters are fitted perfectly and we were both laughing all the way through out. The only down side is there is VERY little leg space. highly recommend though.

Review submitted by:  Bry

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Published: Sep 12 2011 8:33AM