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Trailer Park Boys returning to Nickel City

The Randy and Lahey show is a silly, sexist, drunken hour and a half of songs and skits, audience participation, profanity, Shakespeare, and general hilarity.
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Randy of the Trailer Park Boys took on former Northern Life reporter Jenny Jelen in a burger eating contest last year — and lost. Randy and Mr. Lahey are returning to Sudbury Sept. 26. File photo.
The Randy and Lahey show is a silly, sexist, drunken hour and a half of songs and skits, audience participation, profanity, Shakespeare, and general hilarity. Over the past eight years it has developed into "the fastest moving two-man show in the known universe." 

From Newfoundland to Vancouver Island, several hundred thousand people have thrilled to Randy and Lahey's shennanigins.

It's a constantly moving showcase of two television icons who pull no punches when battering the audience with "Batman and Robin" or "The S--t Rap."

The show itself is roughly based on the television series and movies, but being live, necessitates a different format and different is the operative word here. There is nothing like it anywhere.

Randy and Lahey can do a toned down version, but why bother. It's no fun that way. In other words; adult audiences only.

Tickets, which cost between $15 and $20, are available at Lockerby Confectionery on Paris Street or by visiting admirallive.ca.


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