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Why See Stomp?

Must end January 7th, 2018!

The brainchild of Brighton performers Luke Creswell and Steve McNicholas, Stomp takes everyday household objects and turns them into an orchestra of noise. The show originally premiered in 1991 in London's Bloomsbury Theatre to rapturous acclaim. Stomp have appeared on everything from the Royal Variety Performance to the 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony and have starred in their own HBO and Sesame Street Specials. Stomp in London is in great company, being just one of the permanent engagements of the show across the globe, including their New York counterpart, that has been running for over 20 years!

What is Stomp?

It's like those times you tapped out a tune on your office desk with your pen, but on a far, far grander scale. Using everything from vacuum cleaners to brooms, the eight performers on stage build a cacophony of heart pounding rhythms, co-ordinated with unbelievable timing and artistry, and laced through with a dash of slapstick humour. Combining dance, theatre and comedy, Stomp is an auditory and visual experience unlike anything you've ever experienced. You'll definitely never look at a dustbin lid the same way again.

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Previews from: 27 September 2007

Opening night: 4 October 2007


Suitable for ages 6+
It features a lot of loudness, so noise-sensitive folk may want to stay clear of this one

Run time

One hour and 40 minutes

And before you stop reading

Stalls Rows O-R are slightly restricted view due to the overhang of the Circle.

Cast and Creative


Directed by Luke Cresswell & Steve McNicholas


1991 - "Best of the Fringe" Award (Daily Express)
1994 - "Best Choreography Award in a West End show" - Olivier Awards 1997 - Direction, Sound mixing, Multi-camera editing, and Art direction Emmy Award nominations (Stomp Out Loud, HBO)

What we thought

JOYFUL loud Fun!

Stomp brings its own special kind of cheer to Theatreland throughout the year

Always energetic and invigorating, Stomp is a great night out with friends, family or colleagues and located right in the bustle of the West End.

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Wendy Fynn

Wendy Fynn

What you thought

8 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)

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Broadie75: “stomp”

absolutely fantastic show.went to see the thurs matinee and was blown away more

Néné: “I loved the show!”

I saw STOMP for the first time in Portugal and I LOVED IT. But the show... more

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