Stomp is a fast-paced combination of music, tap dance and percussion with its own special brand of fun, high-energy performance. Since Stomp first stormed the stages back in 1991, the show has been famous for its innovative use of everyday objects as instruments – everything from matchboxes to kitchen sinks. The new show is no different. They're still tapping toes and banging bin lids, but the latest acts also use rubber tyres, paint cans and recycled packaging to great effect. Stomp has been running for eight years in London's West End and, with the introduction of these new routines, it is now fresher and better than ever. If you've already been, go again! If not, make sure you include this exciting performance on your London West End show agenda.