Come party with Randy and Mr. Lahey

Randy and Mr. Lahey's West Coast Oddity comes to the Sunshine Coast next week with a series of comedy shows from Gibsons to Powell River.

The live show stars John Dunsworth (Lahey) and Patrick Roach (Randy) as their titled characters from the Trailer Park Boys series that ran on Showcase from 2001 to 2007, and in two featured films.

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The show will be in Gibsons at the Heritage Playhouse on Feb. 9, in Roberts Creek at the Roberts Creek Community Hall on Feb. 10, in Pender Harbour at the Pender Harbour Community Hall on Feb. 11, in Sechelt at the Sechelt Senior's Centre on Feb. 12 and in Powell River on the evening of Feb. 13. Doors for all shows open at 7:30 p.m.

Sunnyvale Trailer Park's supervisor Lahey and his assistant Randy are coming out from the East Coast to the West Coast to share stories and their East Coast humour and maybe a drink or two.

Tickets are available on-line at Vtix.com, in Gibsons at Coast Princess Books, and Laedeli, in Roberts Creek at the Roberts Creek General Store, in Pender Harbour at Bluewaters Books and Copper Sky Cafe and Gallery and in Sechelt at Strait Music and at the door each night for $35.

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