Modern Masculinity and the Kray Twins explored in Warped

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Modern Masculinity and the Kray Twins explored in Warped

The influence of the Kray twins and the way they are remembered by society is at the heart of a new play coming to the Vaults Festival.

 

Warped uses the story of London's most notorious gangster twins, to make comparisons with current issues in society, particularly among young men.

 

We’ve been speaking to the writer Martin Malcolm and Alex Boxall, who plays Aaron in the drama.

 

Warped premiere's at the Vaults Festival in Waterloo and is there from the 20th to the 24th of February.

 

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