Stomp breaks box office records at the Ambassadors Theatre, producers claim
Producers of West End show Stomp have claimed the production broke two box office records at the Ambassadors Theatre earlier this month.
The evening show on February 14 had the highest grossing performance of any production in the theatre, producers claimed, with that day’s afternoon performance also being the highest grossing matinee at the venue.
On May 11, Stomp will mark its 13th birthday in London with a gala night especially for teenagers.
Created by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, the show was first performed in 1991 in Edinburgh, with a London run beginning in 2002 at the Vaudeville Theatre. It transferred to the Ambassadors in 2007.
The cast currently includes Nigel Clarke, Hugo Cortes and Simeon Weedall.
It is produced by Yes/No Productions and Glynis Henderson Productions.
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