After 15 spectacular years in the West End, the Olivier Award-winning and global phenomenon STOMP will close its doors on 7 January 2018, following 10 record-breaking years at London’s Ambassadors Theatre.
Rhythm, theatre, comedy and dance come together in the multi-award winning stage sensation that continues to astonish audiences across the globe. Eight performers use everything from Zippo lighters, plastic bags, bin lids and even the kitchen sink to hammer out an explosively feel good beat. With fresh new routines and mind-blowing new moves, expect to be amazed!
Experience the ‘Pure Stage Magic’ (Sunday Telegraph) of STOMP before its final performance on 7 January 2018.
Stomp was invented in Brighton in 1991 by Luke Cresswell - who has since written music for TV and worked with musicians ranging from Beats International to Bryan Ferry – and Steve McNicholas. The show premiered at the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh that year, where it became the Guardian's Critic's Choice and won the Daily Express's Best of the Fringe award. A world tour followed, along with a stint at the Sadler’s Wells theatre in 1994, when the show won an Olivier award for best choreography, and a New York run which is still continuing. There has been a Stomp film, Stomp TV shows, an Academy Awards performance and a performance at the closing ceremony of the London Olympics in 2012, with 40 cast members. Across the globe, more than 12 million people have watched some 20,000 Stomp performances in 53 countries, and Stomp also runs workshops for schoolchildren.
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