Eight performers take the audience on a journey through sound and music, where rhythm is the only language. STOMP has grown from its beginnings on the streets of Europe into an international sensation, with touring productions all over the world, and long running shows in London, Las Vegas, and Broadway. For the first time, this special performance unites performers from the West End, New York, and Vegas in Stomp's home town and the theatre where many of the routines were originated: Brighton Dome. Instantly recognizable household objects take on new life as percussive instruments in the hands of each Stomper; brooms, cigarette lighters, water bottles, basketballs and more are each explored for their sonic potential. Dance meets rhythm in "Hands and Feet" and Stomp takes to the air in "Suspension, " where the entire set becomes a musical instrument. The show climaxes with the "Bins" routine: a ten minute rhythm extravaganza in itself, using trash-cans, oil drums, and plastic drums with trash-can lid combat sequences. Combining physical comedy and athleticism, it's a highly charged performance from an idiosyncratic group who could only come from the world of STOMP. Approx running time 140 mins. DVD.