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Our Quiz Packs are ideal for a quiz that lasts around one hour to 90 minutes – they include everything you need to host a pub quiz night – Team Answer Sheets, Quiz Master Scoresheet, 5 Rounds of 10 Questions and a 10 Picture round (Fully licenced)
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The Free quiz pack can be downloaded above – just right click the link and save the PDF file to your hard drive – it includes the quiz questions below plus a 10 picture round on famous people named Andrew
The contents of this free quiz pack are as follows;
Round 1 – Blue
Every answer in this round contains the word ‘Blue’
- In May 2005, which Kent shopping centre introduced a code of conduct to ban swearing, clothing that obscures the face (including hoods and baseball caps), and groups of more than five without the intention to shop?
- Petra, Barney, Meg and Shep were dogs that appeared on which long-running children’s TV show?
- Which registered animal charity was formed in London in 1897 as Our Dumb Friends League?
- By what name is Balaenoptera Musculus better known?
- “Burn my house, steal my car, drink my liquor” – but “don’t step on” what?
- Which poem by W.H. Auden was read at Gareth’s funeral in Four Weddings and a Funeral?
- Who had a UK number one with Breakfast at Tiffany’s in 1996
- Made into a movie in 1972, what was the name of Billie Holiday’s autobiography?
- Which holy Muslim site did Pope Benedict XVI visit in Istanbul in November 2006?
- Which coffee variety do we associate with the island of Jamaica?
- Blue Peter
- Blue Cross
- Blue Whale
- “My Blue Suede Shoes”
- Funeral Blues
- Deep Blue Something
- Lady Sings The Blues
- Blue Mosque
- Blue Mountain Coffee
Round 2 – Cartoons
- Which cartoon character has a nephew called Scrappy?
- What was the name of Bambi’s skunk companion?
- Which 1986 animated film featured a Russian mouse separated from his family in their new homeland?
- How old is Bart Simpson?
- Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?
- In which cartoon series would we meet Pikachu, Team Rocket and Bulbasaur?
- In Wacky Races, who drove The Compact Pussycat?
- Which cartoon cat was loosely based on Sergeant Bilko?
- Which cartoon dog is Charles Schultz most famous for creating?
- In cartoons, which song does Huckleberry Hound sing?
- Scooby Doo
- An American Tail
- Spongebob Squarepants
- Penelope Pitstop
- Top Cat
Round 3 – Sunday
In this round, part of each answer can go before or after the word “Sunday” to make a phrase or another word
- In which town was the novel Dracula partly set and was also home to James Cook for nine years?
- What structure, built between 1844 and 1848, houses the subtropical plant collection of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew?
- Which Belfast born player scored 134 goals for Manchester United between 1963 and 1973?
- Which winter sport includes downhill and slalom races?
- What, in Australia, is known as the R.F.D.S.?
- Which island in the Pacific is famous for its stone statues depicting the human head and trunk of local ancestors?
- What was the nickname of Mary I, due to the large number of religious persecutions that took place during her reign?
- Which institute, based in Vienna, is the oldest and last riding school in the World to maintain and practise the Renaissance traditions of the classic art of dressage?
- Which golf club is used to hit the ball the furthest?
- Which dark TV series written by Charlie Brooker examines modern society with a focus on new technologies?
- Whitby (Whit Sunday)
- Palm House (Palm Sunday)
- George Best (Sunday Best)
- Skiing (Ski Sunday)
- Royal Flying Doctor Service (Sunday Service)
- Easter Island (Easter Sunday)
- Bloody Mary (Bloody Sunday)
- Spanish Riding School (Sunday School)
- Driver (Sunday Driver)
- Black Mirror (Sunday Mirror)
Round 4 – True or False
- Copyrightable is the longest word in the English language that can be written without repeating a letter?
- Vitriol is another name for sulphuric acid
- Elvis Presley had a karate black belt.
- The mother of Gemma Collins of The Only Way Is Essex is Joan Collins
- Julian Clary originally found fame as a comedy act named The Joan Collins Fan Club
- Lord Alan Sugar represented Great Britain as a cyclist at the Tokyo Olympics
- In Morse code, eight dots means “I made a mistake”
- Pythagoras determined the distance between a guitar’s frets
- Ernest Shackleton went to the South Pole on board a ship called The Discovery
- Madonna’s 1983 album was called Madonna
- False (It is uncopyrightable)
- True (But not THE Joan Collins)
- False (It was The Endurance)
Final Round – Wipeout Round
10 questions – answer as many as you like – you’ll receive 1 point for each correct answer but remember – if you get any wrong in this round, you are wiped out and get 0 points. Teams who get full marks on this round receive 5 bonus points giving them 15/10.
- What name is given to a loop of rope that is thrown around a target and tightened when pulled?
- In which Spanish city would you witness the running of the bulls on 7th July each year?
- What is the longest and thickest nerve of the human body?
- Which guitarist formed his band Snakepit after leaving Guns ‘n’ Roses?
- The local name for which waterfall, on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia, translates as “Smoke That Thunders”?
- Who sang Bright Eyes in 1979?
- What does the ‘H’ stand for in the acronym W.H.O.?
- Which word follows OK to make the title of a 1997 Radiohead album?
- Which Scottish athlete won the silver medal in the 1990 Commonwealth Games Women’s 3000 metres final?
- Diana Rigg played Tracy di Vicenzo in which James Bond film?
- Lasso (Pronounced Lass-Oo – Accept also Lariat)
- Sciatic Nerve
- Victoria Falls
- Art Garfunkel
- Health (World Health Organisation)
- Yvonne Murray
- On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
(Closest wins or first correct answer handed in): How many copies of Adele’s 25 were sold in 2015 in the UK?
Tiebreaker – 2,604,850