The Twins Macabre: Slay

Sinister siblings The Twins Macabre bring you Comedy.Horror.Sass

A dark comedy cabaret rampage! The world’s most prolific 10-year-old killers have been found guilty of hundreds of unimaginable murders… yet instead of being locked up, they have skyrocketted to an insane level of fame and celebrity! See the tykes bring their creepiness to the world of social media, reality TV and tiny handbag dogs. The Twins have previously featured on BBC3 and BBC R4, and been described by the Telegraph as ‘Delightfully freaky.’ They’re bringing the horror. They’re bringing the sass. They’re bringing the HORRORSASS.

1hr 00m
The Vaults
09 — 10 Mar 18:10
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About the company

The Twins Macabre is written and performed by Nic Lamont and Adam Rhys-Davies. The Twins Macabre have featured on BBC3’s Live at the Electric and BBC Radio 4’s Sketchorama. They have performed at the Edinburgh Fringe, Canary Wharf Spiegeltent, Brighton Fringe Spiegeltent, London Horror Fest, Fragility Takeover (Best Show Shortlist Award) and previously at Vault Festival. The pair also appeared in the acclaimed World Stage Premiere of Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror sequel ‘Shock Treatment’.

Press & Reviews

Praise for The Twins Macabre

'Delightfully freaky.’ – The Telegraph

‘Sublime subversive cabaret duo.’ - Musical Theatre Review

‘Twisted sketches of suburban horror.’ - BBC3 Online

‘Brilliantly dark... their chemistry is electric.’ - Everything Theatre

‘Marvellous.’ – The Stage

★★★★★ 'Crime Doesn't Play is a rare gem - laugh-out-loud funny, delightfully unsettling and genuinely scary. An absolute treat - miss it at your peril.' - LondonPubTheatres

★★★★ ‘The Twins Macabre are what would happen is Edgar Allan Poe had tried his hand at stand-up.’ - GrumpyGayCritic

★★★★ ‘They make you laugh even when your skin crawls.’ – The List

★★★★ ‘A darkly hilarious, nerve-jangling comedy rampage.’ – Broadway Baby

★★★★★ ‘I strongly suggest you go get locked up and chopped up.’ –

★★★★ ‘The Twins Macabre is one not to be missed... an hour of mischief that will leave you wanting more.’- PostScript Journal