Stomp was created in 1991, by Steve McNicholas and Luke Cresswell, the result of a 10-year collaboration. The show, using everyday percussion instruments, previewed at London's Bloomsbury Theatre, and later premiered at the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh. It immediately won the Daily Express's "Best of the Fringe" and the Guardian's "Critic's Choice". What began as a seven-person show, Stomp continued to grow, eventually branching off into a world tour. In 2006, the show celebrated its 5,000th performance and, most recently, the troupe performed "Cecelia" with music icon Paul Simon on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Stomp is a musical troupe that was created in Brighton, UK, in 1991. They are known for taking everyday objects (and some not-so-everyday ones) and making them into instruments for their performances. Among the items used are brooms, trash can lids, poles, sand, drumsticks, and even bananas. To experience this unique show in person, make sure to get Stomp tickets at TicketNetwork.