What’s the story of Ain’t Too Proud?
Travel back in time to Detroit and sing along to billboard hit songs including “My Imagination” and “My Girl” by the legendary group The Temptations.
This groovy musical, first created by the founding member of the band Otis Williams and set in the background of the turbulent city of Detroit, follows the story of five boys dreaming of music and success.
See how The Temptations hit fame in a story of passion, loyalty, brotherhood and betrayal as the group rose to the top charts.
How can I buy tickets?Book Ain’t Too Proud tickets now.
Where is the musical performing?
Ain’t Too Proud is showing at the Prince Edward Theatre, in Soho. The closest tube stations are Tottenham Court Road station (Central and Northern Line ) and Leicester Square station (Piccadilly Line).
How long is the show?Ain't Too Proud is two hours and 40 minutes long, including a 20 minute interval.
What time is the evening show?Evening performances usually take place at 7.30pm, from Tuesday to Saturday.
On which days are there matinee performances?
Ain’t Too Proud matinees are on Thursdays and Saturdays at 2.30pm and at 3pm on Sundays – although times may vary. Make sure to check your ticket in advance.
Are there any age restrictions?The show is recommended for anyone aged seven and over. Children under the age of three will not be admitted into the theatre. Children under 16 years old must be with an adult.
What other shows can I see in London?
Sing along to the smash hit musical Jersey Boys and rediscover the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons at the Trafalgar Theatre, or be mesmerised by the reimagined production of Oklahoma and sing along classics such as “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’” at the Wyndham's Theatre.