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The legendary Motown quintet feature in a new jukebox musical, with greatest hits “My Girl” and “Just My Imagination”.

Enjoy Motown Hits with Ain’t Too Proud Tickets

Legendary Motown quintet The Temptations come to life in this electrifying jukebox musical that bops to the beat of hits such as “My Girl”, “Just My Imagination” and “Papa Was a Rolling Stone.” Get ready to discover the true story behind the famous group, from fame to feuds, in Ain’t Too Proud at the Prince Edward Theatre.

What is Ain’t Too Proud about?

Ain’t Too Proud charts The Temptations’ story from humble beginnings on the streets of Detroit, to rock & roll icons in a politically turbulent era of US history.

The Temptations’ signature dance moves and impeccable harmonies helped them rise to the top of the charts 0 with 42 Top Ten Hits - and they seemed to have it all. But behind the scenes several members of the groupstruggled with addiction, alcoholism and the pressures of fame. Personal and political conflicts also threatened to tear the group apart, but Ain’t Too Proud also shows how influential and timeless their songs turned out to be.

Tony Award-winner Des McAnuff (Jersey Boys) directs this toe-tapping musical, which has a book by Dominique Morisseau and choreography by Sergio Trujillo. Trujillo won the 2019 Tony Award for Best Choreography for his work on Ain’t Too Proud.

Songs in Ain’t Too Proud

Expect to hear all of The Temptation’s biggest hits in Ain’t Too Proud, performed with dazzling choreography and pin-sharp style. From “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” and “My Girl” to “Just My Imagination” and “Papa Was a Rolling Stone”, all of the songs that made The Temptations famous are featured.

Songs from other Motown legends are also performed, including The Supremes’ “You Can't Hurry Love"/"Come See About Me"/"Baby Love” and Jimmy Ruffin’s “What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted”.

Ain’t Too Proud London Cast

Casting for the Ain’t Too Proud London production includes Cameron Bernard Jones as Melvin Franklin, Kyle Cox as Paul Williams, Sifiso Mazibuko as Otis Williams, Tosh Wanogho-Maud as David Ruffin and Mitchell Zhangazha as Eddie Kendricks.

Don’t Miss Tickets for Ain’t Too Proud at Prince Edward Theatre

Ain’t Too Proud is a musical that’s like sunshine on a cloudy day! This incredible story of family, friendship and perseverance brings the very best of soul and Motown to the West End, but don’t wait to book - it plays its final performances in September.

Sorry this show closed 17 September 2023, we recommend these similar productions.

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Performance dates:
06 Jan 2024 - 17 Sep 2023
Running time:
2 hours and 40 minutes including an interval.
Age recommendation:
Under 3s not permitted. See Audience Notes for content warnings.
Audience Notes:
This production includes haze effects, a blackout in Act 1, two blackouts in Act 2, and the smoking of herbal cigarettes on stage; as well as racially offensive language and some other derogatory language, strong language, scenes of violence and drug use.

Latest Audience Reviews

Usual singing group biopic. Couple of good voices, but found the harmonies and ensemble singers l... More

Absolutely amazing show. Very heartfelt and emotional. Music and singing the best I've ever heard... More

Outstanding retelling of the history of the Temptations. Very informative and set to a soundtrack... More

Amazing show, uplifting and upbeat. If you love Jersey Boys, you will love this, very similar sty... More

This was a return visit for me having loved the show previously. It has everything I expect from... More

I find jukebox musicals tend to dissapoint, since the performers don't sound like the original ar... More

Frequently Asked Questions

How much are Ain’t Too Proud tickets?

Ticket prices range from around £36 to £180, depending on performance dates and availability.

What are the most expensive tickets for Ain’t Too Proud?

Tickets in the middle of Stalls rows H-N and Dress Circle rows A-C offer the best views of this acclaimed musical and usually cost between £150 and £180.

For a jukebox musical like Ain’t Too Proud, centre Stalls seats such as L6 are really fantastic. Here you can enjoy an excellent view of all of the sharp choreography, and when the show ends and the audience is invited to get on their feet for the encore, you will feel immersed in the concert atmosphere. This row also has an aisle in front - an added bonus of extra legroom.

How can I get cheap tickets for Ain’t Too Proud?

The best way to get cheap tickets is to book a few weeks ahead to ensure the best availability in the cheapest price bands. If you are able to book tickets for a midweek (off-peak) performance, you can save up to 38% on your ticket price compared to peak times such as weekends.

For this show, we recommended cheaper seats in the upper levels over the back of the Stalls, as the elevated height lends itself well to enjoying a full view of the musical numbers. For example, Dress Circle K24 has “a good view of the entire stage” and is often up to 22% cheaper than seats just a couple of rows further forward.

Cheaper seats at the sides of the Stalls such as B30 and D5 are also a good value option if you want to be close to the stage without paying a premium. These seats have a few restrictions from the angle but are praised by SeatPlan users for being “brilliant” with a “great view”.

The show has been discounted and included in some of London’s top seasonal promotions, so you can find savings throughout the year. Sign up for an Alert and we will let you know when the next offer is available.

What else would you like to know?

If you have any other questions about Ain’t Too Proud that we have not answered above, please email us at help@seatplan.com and we will do our best to help.
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