Pete Davidson and John Mulaney are performing together in Boston

Pete Davidson, left, arrives at the premiere of Netflix's "The Dirt" at ArcLight Hollywood on March 18 in Hollywood, California. John Mulaney, right, attends the 2019 Garden Of Laughs Comedy Benefit at Madison Square Garden on April 2 in New York City. Kevin Winter/Getty Images / Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

Comics and friends John Mulaney and Pete Davidson are coming to the Wilbur Theatre on May 6 for a charity show, with proceeds going to Lynn soup kitchen My Brother’s Table. Mulaney announced the news via Twitter on Tuesday.

“My Nana has served the homeless and needy of Lynn, MA at My Brother’s Table for decades,’’ Mulaney wrote on Twitter. “So I am doing a benefit for them in BOSTON MAY 6 with every Nanas favorite comic Pete Davidson. Every $ we make goes to MBT.’’

Mulaney, a former “Saturday Night Live’’ writer and an Emmy Award-winning stand-up comedian, and Davidson, a current “SNL’’ cast member and a stand-up comedian, began performing together at the beginning of 2019.


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Tickets for their Boston performance will go on sale this Friday at noon.