STOMP thumps its way back onto the Gold Coast stage

International sensation STOMP is back, and it’s better than ever! Following a sell-out visit in 2013, STOMP is returning to Australia with its unstoppable energy and pure stage magic. The show will hit the stage at The Star Gold Coast in May 2018.

Wordless, witty and fun, STOMP has become a global phenomenon over the last 26 years. Its universal language of rhythm, theatre, comedy and dance has resonated with audiences throughout the world, setting feet stamping, fingers drumming and adrenalin rushing for over 12 million people in 55 countries across six continents.

Eight performers use an array of ordinarily mundane objects, from which they create musical magic; an exhilarating soundtrack inspired by the commotion of everyday life. Everything from Zippo lighters, bin lids, and even the kitchen sink are used to hammer out an explosively feel-good rhythm enjoyed by audiences of all ages.

A plethora of new and exciting routines will combine with STOMP’s signature high-octane mix of slick choreography, tight ensemble work, industrial percussion, and continuous comedy; as the irrepressible troupe turn brooms into soft shoe partners, clapping into intricate conversations and water cooler bottles into sophisticated instruments.

Loved by audiences of all ages, this multi award-winning show has enjoyed 15 years in London’s West End, and will close at the Ambassadors Theatre in January. On Broadway STOMP is enjoying its 23rd year, breaking the record for the longest-running show at the Orpheum Theatre.

“We are really excited about coming back to Australia,” says STOMP’s Co-Creator and Director Steve McNicholas. “If you’ve never seen STOMP you should come and see what all the noise is about, and if you have, come again and see what’s new.”

STOMP is presented in Australia by Lunchbox Theatrical Productions, David Atkins Enterprises, STOMP Productions and Glynis Henderson Productions.

STOMP will be making noise at The Star Gold Coast for six performances only from 31 May to 3 June 2018. Visit the website for bookings, or call Ticketek on 1300 364 001.

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