Ambassadors Theatre
West Street
London, WC2H 9ND
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Opened: 27 Sep 2007
Booking from: 24 Jan 2017
Booking until: 08 Jan 2018
Duration: 1 hour 40 minutes



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  • emilydiver 5"0 female 119 reviews 13 helpful votes
    80% total rating Stomp, 9th January 2017
    Sat in Stalls G15
    You are nice and close to the action which is really exciting in some ways but I think sitting a little further back may give you a better overview as there is a lot to take in. Leg room was fine for me and the seat was relatively comfortable.
    G15 Stalls - Ambassadors Theatre - Seat Review & View Photo
    View from Stalls G15
  • etk123 2 reviews 0 helpful votes
    100% total rating Stomp, 21st July 2016
    I thought it was just going to be about brooms at first, but there are some really interesting other props. It was really funny and a lot of fun in the interactive bits.
    Sat in Circle G14
    This row is a lot higher than the row in front which was nice. There is a short barrier in front with a ledge which was useful to put things on before the show started. The view was very clear, you cannot see the stalls because the circle extends forward so much so it felt intimate like the circle in front was the stalls. The theatre was lovely, it reminded me of the ravenclaw common room. There isn't an interval and the exit door to the toilets is on the right as you are facing the stage, you would have to walk in front of the row in front and their seats are directly on this walkway, they are not raised higher. Also the seats do not flap up. This seat has a great view.
    G14 Circle - Ambassadors Theatre - Seat Review & View Photo
    View from Circle G14
  • ke1th 170cm female 54 reviews 0 helpful votes
    100% total rating Stomp, 10th September 2015
    Sat in Stalls C4
    Good view, right in front of the stage.
  • steveA 5'7" male 4 reviews 0 helpful votes
    0% total rating Stomp, 23rd December 2016
    Very energetic people, at times very loud due to being sat right in the front. Amusing show, kids loved it and want to see it again. I wouldn't pay more than £30, any more and I would have preferred a musical or a play.
    Sat in Stalls D7
    Seats were good enough for the price we paid, stage set high so it didn't matter if anyone sat in front of us. Because of the height of the stage next time I would choose a few rows further back so that we can see the back of the stage down below. Old and small theatre.
    D7 Stalls - Ambassadors Theatre - Seat Review & View Photo
    View from Stalls D7
The Ambassadors Theatre is very small, so pretty much every seat is great to see and hear the stomping! If you want to be in the thick of the action and amid the noise and chaos, the front of the Stalls is highly recommended. If you would like a touch more peace and quiet, the back of the Dress Circle may be ideal.
Ambassadors Theatre, London interactive seating plan & seat reviews
Noise lovers unite! Stomp is the ultimate piece of noisy theatre!

Originally nominated for two Olivier Awards, Stomp began life in the early 90’s, arriving on the West End in 1994 and returning again in 2002. The show has played to audiences across the globe, with the production largely praised for its wide appeal; the show communicates in sound only, making it perfect for audiences of all languages.

The show takes place on what looks very much like a junk yard, with the surrounding pieces of set often used to create theatrical moments. With this in mind, Stomp explores the endless possibilities of a person’s surroundings and how they can be manipulated to high dramatic effect.

Whilst Stomp does not have a strict narrative, it is tied together by a street theme. Items that one may find in the street such as bins, brooms, pipes, shopping trolleys etc are used to create exhilarating moments of percussion coupled with faultless modern choreography, giving the show an undeniably urban vibe.

The show was created by Steve McNicholas and Luke Cresswell who met as members of street band, Pookiesnackenburger. Together the pair began devising their show, which was driven by their expert street percussion skills.

Stomp is a great piece of theatre for curious minds and explorers alike and delivers a skilful lesson in how to work with one’s own environment.
Suitable For
Stomp is recommended for noise lovers and fans of innovative physical theatre. If you loved The Blue Man Group, then this show is definitely for you!Stomp is fun for all the family and can be enjoyed equally by children and adults alike.