It has been announced that Stomp
, among the finest theatre shows on the West End, is set to extend its booking period, meaning audiences can continue to admire the long running stage show in the capital until at least late 2013.
Beginning its life in Brighton back in 1991, it is a truly unique show based around the percussion from a range of everyday household items including bins, brushes and plungers. It first appeared on the West End in 2002, running for five glorious years at the Vaudeville before transferring to the Ambassadors Theatre in 2007 where it continues to wow audiences today. It has toured in over 39 countries across the world and has been witnessed by an estimated 10 million people, cementing its status as one of the most popular stage spectacles around.
Stomp will now available for booking until 22 December 2013 at the Ambassadors Theatre, offering a fantastic show for the whole family to enjoy during one of the many London theatre breaks
to the capital.
Published on 4/7/2012.Latest London News