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Cheap Stomp tickets at The Ambassador’s Theatre
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 feel good rhythm. With new routines, new choreography and new music, Stomp is pure stage magic.
Stomp takes the ingredients of rhythm, comedy, theatre and dance to overcome language barriers and create a show that appeals to people of all ages and nationalities.
Using everyday objects – which include bins, kitchen tools and sports equipment – the Stomp cast make music that'll have you tapping your feet and itching to join in.
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Pure Stage Magic- Sunday Telegraph
Entrancing, Exhilarating...Terrific- The Independent
This unique percussion and dance show has evolved over the last 11 years from humble street theatre in Brighton into a worldwide, multimedia sensation- The Stage
Nothing compares to the thrill you get from getting up-close-and-personal to the sights and sounds of a West End show in full flow, and Stomp is one of London’s best and most popular. On this page you’ll find images from Stomp and get a taste of what’s in store from this unique production.
Stomp is unlike any other show in the West End. It has no words, so everyone can understand it. It’s not about dialogue or narrative, it’s about rhythm, something that people have in common the world over. Stomp can be described as a percussion group (although it can be argued that they are a whole lot more) whose members use their bodies along with ordinary objects to create a physical theatre performance.
The pictures in this gallery are from the current West End production of Stomp and give you a glimpse into the creative genius of the percussive/dance troop. Here you can see the performers creating music with metal bins, sticks, water, metal plates and the performers’ bodies themselves.
Originated in Brighton by creators Steve McNicholas and Luke Cresswell in 1991, Stomp has been seen by audiences all over the world, not only in live performance but in films and recoded concert movies. Stomp opened in London’s West End at the Vaudeville Theatre in September 2002. Now at the Ambassadors Theatre, Stomp is celebrating its 10th year in the West End.
We hope these pictures give you a flavour for the show and have whetted your appetite for Stomp. Have a fantastic time when you see it at the Ambassadors Theatre.
Take advantage of our great ticket deals for Stomp at the Ambassadors Theatre and you'll enjoy the best that London theatre has to offer. Before you take your seat, watch our video and give yourself a flavour of what’s in store, with sights and sounds from Stomp.
Ambassadors Theatre Seat Plan
Choose your seats from the plan of the Ambassadors Theatre above. If you're making your first visit to a theatre or you're simply unsure about where you'd most like to be seated, here's a quick guide to help you choose:
The Stalls are level with and closest to the stage. The Dress Circle (or simply the Circle) is the level of seating above the Stalls. The Upper Circle or Grand Circle is above the Dress Circle. The Balcony, above the Upper Circle, is the highest level of seating.
The Ambassadors Theatre is situated on West Street in the West End of London, opposite the famous Ivy restaurant and close to Leicester Square tube station. Built in 1913, this 400 seat venue is one of the smallest in the West End.
The first production at the Ambassadors Theatre was Panthea by Monckton Hoffe, which opened on June 5 1913. Among the countless notable shows to have graced this venerable West End theatre’s stage since then are The Mask of Virtue starring Vivien Leigh and directed by Laurence Olivier, The Mousetrap, Krapp’s Last Tape, Little Shop of Horrors and The Vagina Monologues.
Today, the Ambassadors Theatre enjoys consistent success and is known for its eclectic programming of both musicals and straight plays. It has nurtured a number of future star names over the years, acquiring a reputation for fostering new talent.
When it was in the planning stages, the Ambassadors theatre was intended to be one of two theatres built side by side, but the outbreak of WWI delayed the construction of the second theatre, the St Martins.
The buildings that stood on the site of the delayed St Martins Theatre were still in existence at the time the Ambassadors was being built. The compact design of the Ambassadors results from a desire to not obstruct the unique lighting of these ancient buildings, as does the below street-level placement of the stalls.
The theatre's most famous production is Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap, which enjoyed a 22 year run at the Ambassadors before moving in 1974 to St Martin's Theatre where it is still running.
The layout, size and atmosphere of the Ambassadors Theatre make it the perfect place to experience world-class theatre in an intimate setting. Recent successes include Sweeney Todd, Hamlet, Journey’s End, Love Song, Waiting for Godot, Whipping it Up and Stomp.
Whatever you decide to see at the Ambassadors Theatre, we wish you an entertaining and rewarding visit.
Venue Address: West Street, London, WC2H 9NDView Map
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