Bin lids and barrels will continue to feel the rhythmic wrath of Stomp until 2017 as the Olivier Award-winning percussive hit has extended its booking period until 8 January 2017.
The popular production, which celebrates eight years at the Ambassadors Theatre on Sunday, was previously booking at the venue until 5 June 2016.
The new booking period gives fans an additional seven months to enjoy the pulsating sounds of the unique beat-creating show, which first brought its combination of theatre, dance, comedy and percussion to London audiences in 1994 at Sadler’s Wells.
Featuring a cast of eight performers, Stomp has become renowned for turning the clutter of urban life into infectious rhythms, as together they hammer out beats using everything from matchboxes to the kitchen sink.
Since its first performance in the West End 13 years ago, when it first transferred to the Vaudeville Theatre, Stomp has seen more than 10,000 boxes of matches, 13,500 brooms, 18,000 drumsticks, 8,000 wooden poles and 35,000 newspapers annihilated in the name of rhythm.
The production’s success has also been felt worldwide, where it has been touring for more than two decades and has played more than 20,000 performances in 53 countries.
Stomp’s extension announcement follows the news earlier this week that the show will continue its 13th birthday celebrations by inviting fellow 13-years-olds to a special schools’ matinee on 12 October.
Whether you’re a devoted fan of the show or haven’t yet been acquainted with Stomp’s renowned energetic style, you can book tickets through us here. Tickets for the new booking period will be on sale shortly.