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Trailer Park Boys returning to Nickel City

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Aug 29, 2014 - 2:54 PM |
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.

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.

Randy and Mr. Lahey bringing 'silly' show to event centre

Randy and Mr. Lahey of the hit television series the Trailer Park Boys will be making a stop at Sudbury Events Centre starting at 8 p.m. Sept. 26 as part of their two man comedy stand up show.

When the duo visited Sudbury last year, Randy participated in a burger eating contest with former Northern Life reporter Jenny Jelen — and lost.


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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