Randy & Mr. Lahey Bring their Trailer Park Romance to Basement Transmissions

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Wednesday, September 14th, 2016 at 11:15 AM
Randy & Mr. Lahey Bring their Trailer Park Romance to Basement Transmissions by Angie Jeffery

Thursday, Sept. 22

Basement Transmissions will soon host our neighbors from the north. They might be the neighbors that bring down the property value, but that’s part of the fun.

Centered around characters introduced in the Canadian mockumentary-style show, The Trailer Park Boys, Jim Lahey (John Dunsworth) is an ex-cop-turned-trailer park manager of Sunnyvale trailer park and Randy (Patrick Roach) is a shirtless, cheeseburger-loving ex-prostitute who is Lahey’s faithful sidekick.

A guaranteed evening of hilarity and debauchery at its finest, the 2016 “No Pants Unpissed” tour will have plenty of drunken fun for all.

A guaranteed evening of hilarity and debauchery at its finest, the 2016 “No Pants Unpissed” tour will have plenty of drunken fun for all. The boys have been taking their piece of the trailer park out on the road for eight years now, and the performance has become a fast-paced comedic pairing, entertaining the crowd with silly drunken songs, skits, profanities, a little Shakespeare, and perhaps a bit of audience participation to add to the festivities.

A don’t-miss evening of fun for any fan of The Trailer Park Boys – or even just anyone with a keen sense of humor. – Angie Jeffery

Doors 7 p.m. // 145 W. 11th St. // Tickets $20-25 at ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1215771 // facebook.com/events/159104701170331/

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