Celebrating its 13th sensational year in London, Stomp is now fresher, faster and funnier than ever before. This multi-award winning show continues to astound audiences across the world with its universal language of rhythm, theatre, comedy and dance.
Eight performers use everything from Zippo lighters, plastic bags, bin lids and even the kitchen sink to hammer out an explosively feelgood rhythm. With new routines, new choreography and new music, Stomp is pure stage magic.
Stomp London Trailer
Evenings: Monday, Thursday to Saturday 8.00pm and Sunday 6.00pm
Matinees: Thursday, Saturday and Sunday 3.00pm
Running Time: 1 hour 40 minutes
Age Restrictions: No under 5s.
Important Info: No performances on Tuesdays or Wednesdays. Stalls Rows O-R are slightly restricted view due to the overhang of the Circle.
The Ambassadors Theatre London
West Street, London, WC2H 9ND
Ambassadors Theatre Seating Plan
Venue and Travel Information
Nearest Tube: Leicester Square
Tube Lines: Piccadilly, Northern
Directions from nearest tube: Take Cranbourn Street from Leicester Square until St Martin’s Lane, where you go left to West Street. The theatre’s on the left past St Martin’s Theatre.
Railway Station: Charing Cross
Bus Numbers: (Charing Cross Road) 14, 19, 38, 24, 29, 176
Car Park: Chinatown
Within Congestion Zone: Yes
Venue Facilities: Air conditioned, Bar, Infrared hearing loop and Toilets
The Ambassadors Theatre is a relatively small theatre compared to many other West End theatres, with an equally small stage, the depth of the stage being only 6.25 metres. This intimate auditorium has a proscenium arched stage suiting the revue style of productions.
The Ambassadors and St Martin’s next door were conceived as companions by their architect WGR Sprague in 1913 – although St Martin’s was delayed by three years. Changing its name to The New Ambassadors Theatre in 1999 it is now once again Ambassadors Theatre. The Ambassadors is probably most renowned as being the original home of the Agatha Christie thriller The Mousetrap which opened here on 25th November 1952 – and stayed until 25th March 1974 when it moved to St Martin’s.
Notable productions after this include 84 Charing Cross Road and a transfer of The Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Christopher Hamptons play Les Liaisons Dangereuses. Significant recent productions have included revivals of The Killing of Sister George (with Miriam Margolyes) and Dames at Sea (with Kim Criswell, Sara Crowe and Peter Duncan). The New Ambassadors Theatre was utilised by The Royal Court Theatre between 1996 and 1999 to stage their ‘Theatre Upstairs’ studio-based work, during the time their own theatre in Sloane Square was being reconstructed. Since June 1999 the theatre has been used to stage short seasons of new work and revivals. The current resident is STOMP!