Time Out says
Wed Jun 20 2012
A bin lid-wielding music and dance troupe crashing bits of junk together to deafening effect is an unusual choice for such a small theatre, but ‘Stomp’ has maintained its popularity here since transferring from the Vaudeville in 2007. The intimate space has, however, been used more sensitively in the past, most notably as the home of Agatha Christie’s whodunit, ‘The Mousetrap’ – a show that peddled its murder mystery for a record-breaking 21 years before moving next door to the larger St Martin’s Theatres.
What's on at Ambassadors Theatre
Stand-up, Solo shows, Big-name talent
You know, the one from 'Rev'? Or 'Balamory'? or 'Have I Got News For You', 'The Thick of It' or 'Mock the Week'? Miles Jupps: that's the chap you're thinking of. Yes, the unashamedly posh actor-comedian is hitting the road with his first tour since 2011's...
West End, Musicals
- Rating: 3/5
'Stomp' turns 22 this year, and it's not difficult to see why the show has lasted so. Take a troupe of sexy young performers in overalls, add an array of junkyard items moonlighting as percussion instruments, publicise with a series of high-profile, global...