STOMP Tickets London West End

Stomp Ambassadors TheatreBuy Stomp tickets to see a fantastic unique show!
STOMP
is a unique fusion of percussion, movement and comedy: transforming every-day junk and clutter from the home into a source of infectious rhythm.

STOMP is a stylish movement, of bodies, objects, sounds and abstract ideas. However, what makes it so appealing is that the cast uses everyday house-hold objects, but in non-traditional ways. There is no speech, no dialogue, and there is not even a plot.

So why should you go see STOMP? Have you ever composed just tapping with your fingers? Or maybe created a dance routine based on sweeping up? You may have done this on your own, but get a group of rhythmically gifted individuals, and you have the makings for Stomp.

This brilliant act all without words, in which a company of eight throw themselves body and soul into creating rhythms of every complexity and volume using the most basic found objects (brooms, cigarette-lighters, dustbins and oil drums) is an uplifting hymn to the art of making the most of minimalist means!

Review: Stomp for me was a really pleasant surprise, I thoroughly enjoyed myself and couldn’t recommend it enough as a night out with a bit of a difference and its focus on the visual gives it a near universal accessibility. It won’t be to everyone’s tastes, but it’s aware of this, not taking itself too seriously, maintaining a solid pace, and, most importantly, never repeating itself.” Review by Max Sycamore

Ambassadors Theatre
West Street, London, WC2H 9ND
Evenings: Monday, Thursday to Saturday 8:00pm, Sunday 6.00pm
Matinees: Thursday, Saturday and Sunday 3.00pm
Ambassadors Theatre Seating Plan

Booking to 7th January 2018

Running Time: 1 hour 40 minutes
Age Restrictions: No under 5s.

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