The phenomenon of STOMP is currently at the Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield, celebrating more than 20 astonishing years of bringing foot stamping, finger drumming, adrenaline-rushing joy to audiences across the globe.
Join cast members Gus Little and Phil Batchelor as they take you on an exclusive video tour behind the scenes to see how the multi award-winning show is put together.
The show combines sensational rhythm, theatre, comedy and dance, and has entertained more than 14 million people across 50 countries, including a performance in the closing ceremony of the 2012 Olympics.
The company have added two new pieces into their astounding show, never before seen on the Lyceum Stage. TROLLEYS taps into the everyday experience of negotiating a busy shopping aisle with a fully laden supermarket trolley and FROGS, explores the bizarre sonic possibilities of a variety of plumbing fixtures - unlike anything you’ve ever heard before!
With high-octane energy and slick choreography, this irrepressible troupe of eight turn brooms, water-cooler bottles and other household items into sophisticated instruments, in a crackling carnival of leaping, spinning, skidding and pounding. This is joyous, thumping, exhilarating bliss for all involved ... except the bins!
STOMP is at the Lyceum Theatre until Saturday, November 8. Tickets are on sale now, priced from £14.00 and can be purchased in person at Sheffield Theatres’ Box Office, by calling 0114 249 6000 or online at sheffieldtheatres.co.uk. A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office, excluding cash.