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STOMP Workshop Weekends – Brighton 2011

After sellout sessions during the Brighton Festival in May, STOMP is offering two weekend workshops, this August, at their brand new venue The Old Market in the centre of Brighton and Hove:

5, 6, 7 Aug 2011 Stomp Workshop Weekend – Ages 16+

Fri 7pm to 10pm, Sat and Sun 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 4pm

£195 per person for the whole weekend – booking through TOM 01273 201800

12, 13, 14 Aug – Stomp Workshop Weekend – Ages 16+

Fri 7pm to 10pm, Sat and Sun 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 4pm

£195 per person for the whole weekend – booking through TOM 01273 201800

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Earlier this year STOMP held open auditions at  its West End home, The Ambassadors Theatre. To see what went on, check out this exclusive video:

If you have any questions regarding auditions please email


Rest in peace Michael Brenner.

STOMP sends all its best wishes to the family and colleagues of our friend Michael Brenner, head of BB promotions. He has promoted Stomp in Germany since 1997 and will be greatly missed.

STOMP perform with Paul Simon

STOMP made an appearance this week on the Jimmy Fallon show in New York, with surprise guest Paul Simon: together they all performed the Simon and Garfunkel classic, Cecilia. Great work by the New York cast of STOMP, adding to a long list of inventive musical performances on Jimmy Fallon’s show…

STOMP Auditions coming to New York!

STOMP is holding auditions for men and women between the ages of 18 and 35 for the New York City company and the US national tour.

Anyone with a sense of rhythm and a sense of humour are welcome.

Auditions will begin Monday April 25 2011. Sign up takes place between 10 AM and 2 PM.

You must sign up on Monday to audition; no late sign up will be accepted. Wear hard soled shoes or boots. No heels, trainers or tap shoes. BE PREPARED TO MOVE.

Auditions take place at The Orpheum Theatre, 126 Second Avenue (between East 7th & St. Mark’s Place) in Manhattan.

People auditioning must meet U.S. employment eligibility requirements and should be prepared to stay in the NYC area at their own expense through April 30th as callbacks may last this long.

For continued updates, be sure to visit the US website.

If you are unable to attend these dates and would like to be considered for future auditions, please send your headshot and resume to: or Vince Liebhart Casting, 70A Greenwich Avenue #102, New York NY 10011. For auditions outside of the US please email


Happy New Year from STOMP

2011 marks the twentieth birthday of STOMP: 1991 was the year we put a company together, made a full length (at the time 1 hour) show for the Edinburgh Festival, and got our first bookings. We previewed STOMP at the Sallis Benny Theatre at Brighton Art College in a double bill with Tony Haase, Brighton’s most surreal very tall comic writer/performer. We also previewed at the Bloomsbury Theatre in London, before heading for Scotland, returning to the Bloomsbury and the Hackney Empire in the autumn… that was our first year.

In 1990, however, we did experiment with the STOMP concept, and had the first outing of the show title, in a half hour appearance at the Zap Club (pictured)… it featured some of the people who were to become the original cast. Note the suspension rig in the background was a fishing net in this first incarnation…

We’re looking forward to a busy year, with the US STOMP touring company returning from successes across South America to the USA, a return to Dublin for the first time in many years and STOMP performances in their home town of Brighton this Spring, among many others…

STOMP experiment May 1990 image

Happy Holidays from STOMP

The STOMP West End cast and crew celebrated Christmas at Bill’s restaurant in Covent Garden (which is another Sussex export, having come to London from Lewes, via Brighton).

Meanwhile, over in New York, the STOMP cast have been teaching Andrew Zimmern how to use his bin lids…

2011 is a big year for us as it marks our twentieth anniversary, we’ll be posting a lot more about the show’s beginnings in the coming months…

Happy Holidays and a wonderful New Year from everyone at STOMP!


Live Chat online with Luke Cresswell

Luke Cresswell, founder of STOMP and PANDEMONIUM: the Lost and Found Orchestra, will be taking part in a live chat tomorrow on FaceBook: it’s his first ever online discussion, and he will be happy to talk about STOMP, and even happier to promote the upcoming LA performances of PANDEMONIUM. Feel free to join in tomorrow (Friday 5th of November) at 11pm GMT, 7pm Eastern, 4pm Pacific time at the PANDEMONIUM Facebook page…


Pandemonium Coming To LA


Tickets are now on sale for Pandemonium’s showcase season (3 nights, 4 shows) at the Royce Hall, UCLA. After 2 weeks in Miami, and one week in Raleigh, North Carolina, Pandemonium brings its own brand of musical mayhem to Los Angeles.

Pandemonium is  a new show from the creators of STOMP, taking the STOMP concept to a whole new, orchestral level. Performed by the Lost and Found Orchestra and members of UCLA choirs, Pandemonium is conducted by Luke Cresswell, co-creator of STOMP

Showtimes: Tuesday, November 16 at 8 pm; Wednesday, November 17 at 8 pm; and Thursday, November 18 at 7 pm and 10 pm. Tickets priced from $20-$60 can be purchased by calling (310) 825-2101, or visiting

Read the LA Times feature here, where the dates were first announced.

Pandemonium website:

Keep in touch with Pandemonium’s conductor and co-creator of STOMP: BusterConductor on FaceBook


Ronnie Wood Performs With STOMP

STOMP played host to Ronnie Wood and his band last night (Oct 19th) at the Ambassador’s theatre. Ronnie wanted to perform the tracks from his new album, live on stage with the Stomp set as a backdrop. His band and guests included Beverly Knight and Mica Paris on vocals, and Kelly Jones of Stereophonics. Luke Cresswell and the London cast of STOMP joined Ronnie for two tracks: Spoonful and Fancy Pants, plus an extended jam with Stomp on rhythm and Ronnie on solo guitar… Two shows in one night, and a gathering afterwards at the Ivy, across the street. It was a first for STOMP, perhaps we do have a rock and roll heart after all…

Stomp and Ronnie Wood