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STOMP 2018 at The Comedy Theatre - Review

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stomp Review 2018 melbourne

What do a biker-ballet-dancer, a shopping trolley and a basketball have in common? Stomp on over the the Comedy Theatre to find out. "Brilliant and hilarious", is how my eleven-year-old son described the show. The reaction of the audience would indicate that they agreed - especially considering that it seemed like a quarter of them were kids. 15 million people in 55 countries across five continents cannot be wrong either.

The effective use of humour is what really won me over in this wordless, witty performance. The audience was treated to a complex mix of rhythms and sensory experiences with some interactive participation as well; not the expected confrontation of clanging trash-can lids.

stomp Review 2018 melbourne
Mix a touch of toilet humour with a lot of rhythm and fun and you have an epic part of STOMP. We dare you to keep your toes from tapping.

No shred of paper, grain of sand or itchy nose is safe from being turned into an instrument by eight talented performers in this multi-award winning show. Now in its 15th year in London's West End and its 24th year in New York, STOMP is a comical 105 minutes of barrel booming highs and pin-drop lows with no intermission.

Trample, clonk, clatter or tiptoe on over to the Comedy Theatre before the Stompers clomp on to Adelaide.

stomp Review 2018 melbourne


stomp Review 2018 melbourne

Parking
Discounted parking rates are available to Marriner Group patrons if booked online in advance at www.bookabay.com.au.

Evenings & Weekends $7, Mon-Fri Matinees $32

Wilson Parking, Parkade, McIlwraith Place, Melbourne 3000
Open 24 hours. Disabled bays and wheelchair access available.

Public Transportation
The Comedy Theatre is situated in the Melbourne CBD and is accessible by all modes of transport.

TRAIN: Nearest train station is Parliament Station.
TRAM: Any tram along Bourke Street. Just a short walk from Collins or Swanston Streets.
BUS: All buses to the city centre will leave you within walking distance of the theatre.
TAXIS: Closest rank is on Exhibition Street
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Why? For unstoppable energy and pure stage magic
When: 1-6 May 2018
Phone: 1300 889 278
Where: Comedy Theatre 240 Exhibition St Melbourne VIC 3000
Cost: From $89
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