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by Catherine Stobbs (subscribe)
I'm an actress and freelance writer living in North London
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I'm sure everybody can remember at some point as a child bashing an empty box, a pan, even a dustbin lid and making a noise, and thinking, 'Wow, I can make music'.

If that was you then, you will love the West-End smash, Stomp.



Stomp is a show that consists of exactly that. A group of people bashing old material and metal, and some how making beautiful music. A mixture of talented musicians, amazing choreography and plenty of humour, make this unusual piece of theatre a must-see.

Now in its eighth year in the West-End, Stomp is currently residing at the Ambassadors Theatre. It consists of eight performers using everything from plastic bags, brooms and a kitchen sink, to make rhythm music and comedy. It is a not just a load of noise, however, the entire cast are multi-talented performers, creating a spectacular piece of work.

For more information about the show itself and its history visit the Stomp website.

Tickets can be booked directly from the theatre or the show's website. There are additional performances during the school holidays as the show is perfect for the whole family.

The performers also offer workshops designed for school children. Activities include music, movement and numeracy skills, as well as encouraging communication and team work. Visit the education part of the website for more information.

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Why? The entire cast are multi-talented performers, creating a spectacular piece of work.
When: Performances 7 days a week, varying depending on the time of year. Check out the website for full details
Where: West St, London WC2H 9ND
Cost: From 15
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