STOMP THEATRE TICKETS LONDON - GROUP DISCOUNT RATES
Groups of 10+: Best available seats at £25, Monday, Thursday evenings, Thursday matinees
School groups of 10+: Best available seats at £21, Monday, Thursday evenings, Thursday matinees
Got rhythm? Get theatre tickets for the West End's Stomp!
Anyone who appreciates good dancing and excellent percussion should definitely get hold of theatre tickets for Stomp if they haven't done so already.
The production is billed as "an inventive, exhilarating, hilarious, infectious and totally unique show", which is a great description for something that may otherwise have been difficult to categorise.
Not quite pure dance but definitely not theatre alone, Stomp is a combination of percussion, movement and visual comedy which has been running at the Ambassadors Theatre in London's West End since 2007.
The brainchild of Steve McNicholas and Luke Creswell, the show made its debut in Brighton in 1991 before going on to win some of the top prizes at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival the same year.
It also won an Olivier Award after appearing at Sadler's Wells in 1994.
However, Stomp finally made it to London's West End in 2002, where it enjoyed five years at the Vaudeville Theatre before moving to its current home.
Since then, Stomp has continued to receive a warm reception from critics and audiences, particularly since the producers keep adding brand-new dance routines regularly to keep the show fresh, even to those who have seen it before.
The Sunday Telegraph called it "pure stage magic", while the London Evening Standard praised Stomp for being "endlessly inventive [and] awesome".
Certainly, a show in which the performers use everything from Zippo lighters and plastic bags to bananas and the kitchen sink can never be boring!
Check it out for yourself soon and find out why ten million people worldwide have already embraced their urge to Stomp away an evening at the theatre.
Access description: 15cm step into foyer. Box Office to left. 26 steps down to Stalls. 5 steps up to Dress Circle with 3 steep steps between rows. Staircases have highlights and handrails on both sides. Venue open 30 mins before performance.
Sound Amplification: Induction Loop Necklace: suitable for persons wearing a hearing aid. The induction loop is worn around the neck and the hearing aid needs to be switched to the ‘T’ setting. The loop has adjustable volume control. Headset: This device amplifies the sound through earpieces similar to headphones. Suitable for persons without hearing aids.
Guide Dogs: Guide dogs allowed inside auditorium – please ask for an aisle seat or row F in the Circle. Dogs can also be looked after by theatre staff with prior arrangement.
Disabled Access: No spaces for wheelchair users. Transfer seating for 2 people is possible to row F in the Circle (up 5 steps).
Toilets: No adapted toilets. Regular toilets on various levels.