Ambassadors Theatre, London
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Current shows at the Ambassadors Theatre:
Stomp is an inventive, exhilarating, hilarious, infectious and totally unique show appealing to audiences of all ages. Eight performers use everything from matchboxes, wooden poles, garbage cans and even the kitchen sink to hammer out a feel good rhythm. This British theatrical sensation has become an international smash hit playing in every major city around the globe. Celebrating its sixth year in London, Stomp is now playing at the Ambassadors Theatre in the heart of the West End.
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A glamorous confection of a building with plenty of pure white fancy stonework and pillars, the Ambassadors Theatre was designed by the respected, theatre-obsessed architect W G R Sprague, who also designed St Martin's next door and the Aldwych in Covent Garden. The theatre opened its doors in summer 1913 and has never looked back. Britain's longest ever running play, The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie, opened here in 1952 and stayed until 1973. In 1996 the theatre was split in two, creating a home for the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs who stayed until 1999 when it was converted back. Recent productions include the wonderful Love Song by John Kolvenbach, Whipping It Up with Richard Wilson and the Menier Chocolate Factory's hilarious version of Little Shop of Horrors. The huge dance and drum hit Stomp opened here in October 2007, thrilling worldwide audiences, and continues the good work in this ever-popular venue. Want to visit? We’re your first stop for Ambassadors theatre tickets!