Pub Quiz Uncovered

Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England), August 17, 2007 | Go to article overview

Pub Quiz Uncovered


Woz and Co. made their way to deepest Northumberland to find that the wisdom of quizdom has hardly arrived in the area. This is despite figures showing that over 50% of taverns have quiz nights but Woz arrived at a village with a strange situation.

PUB: Grey Bull Inn, Wark

QUESTION MASTER: Craig

DAY AND TIME OF QUIZ: Thursday, 8.30pm

PRICE: 50p per person

PRIZE MONEY: First prize 8 pints, second 4 pints and second last, crisps

FOOD: Sausage and curly fries.

PARTICIPATING AGE GROUPS: Wide range

STAR RATING: 6/10

NUMBER OF TEAMS: Four teams, (13 people)

MARKING SYSTEM: Swapped with other teams

MOST UNUSUAL NAME: Philip Is

QUIZ FORMAT

ROUND 1: General Knowledge

ROUND 2: Names. Pseudonyms to identify, (10)

ROUND 3: Picture round. Lines of the human form and 20 parts of the body to put on there. Certainly different.

ROUND 4: Movie quotes, 10 well known film quotations to identify.

ROUND 5: Ten questions. Identify medical terms. Given three to choose from.

ROUND 6: Ten James Bond themes requiring performer and film to be identified.

ROUND 7: Twenty general knowledge, a fair mix but included two further James Bond posers.

BETWEEN ROUNDS: Random challenge.

JACKPOT: pounds 1 per person, a random question and a roll over.

COMMENT: Wark must have one of the strangest situations, in any terms, but in quiz terms certainly. …

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