Stomp – Theatre Meets Music Made From Garbage

Do you remember Stomp? I was going for a walk the other day, and after having zoned out looking at a garbage can on a street corner, I was reminded of the trash smashing, music making dance troupe from the 90s.

For those of you that don’t remember them, they’re a group of musicians that formed up in 1991, and figured it would be a good idea to start using discarded items from around the home to create music. The result? A group of lively musicians with unique dance routines, comedy, and a knack for creating interesting, but largely confusing post-apocalyptic looking videos for their music, such as…

Stomp Out Loud Introduction

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The point of all this, and the crux of my little article, is that apparently Stomp are still very much around and making music. Not only are they making music, they’re actually performing in London. I know it may be a bit of a jaunt for you, but if you happen to be in the area, the show might be worth seeing. If not, well… there’s a million other things you could see at the London Theatre. lists off dozens of options, with instant classics such as Shrek The Musical, and The Sunshine Boys. Just the type of show to get any man pumped up and ready to take on the world.

If you’re interested in picking up London theatre tickets, browse around, pick a show, and then leave us a comment detailing your experience. My only hope is that by the time you decide to go see a show in London, someone will have created a Rambo musical, much like this one. Honestly, who wouldn’t want to see Stallone dancing around on stage, firing arrows into people, while singing of his woes? I would most certainly pay top dollar for the experience.




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