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Ideas for a pub quiz?

  • 26-02-2015 2:57am
    Registered Users Posts: 43

    Hi...I'm organising a fundraising pub quiz for work and I don't really want to do the usual thing of a round each for sports, music, history and so on. Anyone got any ideas for slightly more original rounds I could do? I'm vaguely thinking of one where you have to identify who lives at various fictional addresses, and I would dearly love to do something or other with charades, but I can't really think of a way to make that doable. Anyone got any suggestions?


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,827 ✭✭✭bpb101

    i was in spain a few years ago and they done a higher or lower thing at the end of it
    sell raffle tickets and have a cash prize. They miss then somebody else come up

    I won like 4 week in a row. Made a killing

    Short game at the end of the night

    I think you need larger cards for it to work the best

  • Registered Users Posts: 43 liselle81

    Thanks for the suggestion...I may use that one!

    Any other good ideas out there?

  • Registered Users Posts: 744 ✭✭✭dpofloinn

    is it an entirely in house quiz purely for staff or is open to the general public? I ask because you could do a round based on the company and staff simple things like who has worked there the longest how many doors in the office when did the company start etc etc

  • Registered Users Posts: 43 liselle81

    That will depend mostly on how good a job I do advertising it...last year it was almost entirely staff but that was mainly because I got landed with it with only a week to prepare. :-) This year I plan to do a better job so hopefully there will be at least as many randomers there as staff. Thanks for the idea though. :-)