Stomp may have been a hit at Sadler's Wells earlier this year, but now it is coming to the West End for the very first time and will be playing at the Vaudeville Theatre beginning Sept. 24, with a press night on Wednesday, Sept. 25.
This award-winning, energetic and imaginative show, which originated in Brighton a few years back, has also previously played at The Roundhouse and has toured throughout the U.K.
Stomp is a unique combination of percussion, movement and visual comedy. Since its inception, the production has been seen by some ten million people in countries as diverse as Russia, Brazil, Australia, Japan, Germany, Taiwan and the United States.
Stomp manages to find beauty and music in everyday equipment — from boots and bins to zippo lighters and plumber's plungers. Everything — including the kitchen sink — becomes part of this amazing production as a cast of eight inspired performers make instruments out of brooms and turn hand-clapping into conversation.