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Snakes & Lattes TV show to premiere this week

The massive Snakes & Lattes College Street location opened last week in the old Andy Poolhall space. Yes, this means Snakes & Lagers has shut down. But there's still plenty to celebrate, because along with its sprawling new home, the board game cafe company will release its eponymous television show on Wednesday.

Snakes & Lattes "The Show," created by Drew Dafoe, is a web-based sitcom. It stars Toronto actors Jamie O'Connor and Troy Martin and it's set, of course, in a board game cafe.

The first two episodes will premiere Wednesday night at The Royal Cinema; the screening starts at 7 p.m., with refreshments at 6:30. It'll cost you $5, but you'll also get a tasting of Beau's All Natural Lug Tread beer. And, all proceeds will go to Start2Finish. For now, check out the trailer below.

Snakes & Lattes "The Show" Trailer from R.A.D. Productions on Vimeo.

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