Venue Details & Map
The Ambassadors Theatre
West StreetSohoLondonWC2H 9ND
- +44 (0)20 7395 5401
- Public transport:
- (5mins) Take Cranbourn Street away from Leicester Square until St Martin’s Lane, where you head left up to West Street. The theatre’s on your left past St Martin’s Theatre.
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I'm probably one of the only people to come here and not see STOMP. Something else was on tonight. I didn't realise how small this theatre is, considering its in the west end. Felt really cosy and intimate.more
Wir haben uns hier im November die Kultshow STOMP angesehen. Schnuckeliges kleines Theater, alles etwas altmodisch, hat Nostalgie-Flair.
Durch die überschaubare Größe durchwegs gute Sicht von den meisten Plätzen....
In der Nähe gibts viele Lokale, vorallem aisatische (Soho), aber auch Pubs und ähnliches.
Durch die U-Bahnanbindung ist das Theater auch sehr gut erreichbar.more
STOMP- A good show with amazingly energetic dancers (they earn their money!) and some excellent percussion. The bill for new hardware/ metalware must be pretty high as they bash the hell out of many household objects in every show, and I love the creativity they show in identifying new objects that could double as percussion instruments. I found my attention wandering however. If like me you...more
After years of waiting, I finally got to see STOMP live. The show was invigorating, enlivening, rhythmic and infectious. It was exactly what I was expecting. Everyday materials, buckets, brooms, rubber pipes and lighters to name a few, became complex musical instruments.
The show starts with a street sweeper lackadaisically starting his shift. He suddenly realises his broom does more than...more
I went there with two friends visiting me. We got hold of some student tickets at the same day, which we bought at one of those small offices around Leicester Square.
Stomp has no words, there is no story or signing - only pure rhythm. An ecstatic performance of drums and simple instruments such as building materials and cans where a group of people create an ever exploding crescendo.