First ensure you have everything ready to get your night underway. Check
the sound is working plus familiarise yourself with the questions and
answers. Please print the following pages:-
- This master page to read out
- Answer pages for each team
- Picture round, one print out for each team
- Scoring Sheet for you to score on (last page of this booklet)
- Link TV's with computer if you have ability
- Song to play for the customers to guess
- Prizes for players
The prizes you give away are completely up to you! However below are some
suggestions that our venues have adopted to boost their nights profitability.
- Bonus Round 1 - Free Drink
- Bonus Round 2 - Free Drink or Dessert
- Song Round - Cocktail/Dessert or drink
- Jackpot Question - $50 bar voucher - (some venues do cash prize)
- Winner - $50 voucher (redeemable Trivia night only)
- Runner up - $25 voucher (redeemable Trivia night only)
- Third place - $15 or bottle of wine (optional) (voucher)
Some venues also buy a bag of chocolates or treats to randomly give away.
It's time to recruit some teams. Our suggestion is to leave an answer page on
each table to entice players to join in. Also announce the prizes that can be
won. Let customers know they can leave at anytime if needed. Remember to
smile and learn their names! Team's can be of any size however it is
recommended to keep them under 10 players.
Step 1 - The Pack
Step 2 - The Prizes
Step 3 - The Players
Ready to go!
1) In what major US city will you find Silicon Valley, the home to hundreds of
start-up and global technology companies?
2) The HMS Beagle was a ship used by what English naturalist and geologist?
3) In what country do you need to be in to visit the only European Disneyland?
4) Dubai is one of seven states that comprise what country formed in 1971 from
5) Geographically, China covers five time zones. However, How many time zones
does china use?
6) What was the name of the NSW Labor general secretary who recently resigned
after being accused of sexual assault at a party function last year?
7) From what type of instrument did the award ceremonies "The Grammy's" get its
8) Sherwood Forest, Nottingham was home to Who and his Merry men?
9) What is the name of Adam Sandler's film production company?
10) Of the 12 sprint gold medals on offer at the last two Olympic Games, What
country won nine of them?
11) What type of creature is "Chewbacca" from Star Wars?
12) "Sunny Day, Sweepin' the clouds away, On my way to where the air is sweet" is
the opening lyrics to the theme song from what long running tv show?
1) San Francisco
2) Charles Darwin
4) United Arab Emirates (UAE)
6) Jamie Clements
Bonus Question - Closest number wins
Q) To the closest hour, how long did the longest ever Kiss last?
A) 59 (58 hours, 35 minutes and 58 seconds)
8) Robin Hood
9) Happy Madison Productions
12) Sesame Street
1) Aged 69 and also from cancer, Which British actor recently died just days after
2) In 2015, Bones found in a cave in what country have been named Homo naledi, a
new species of ancient human?
3) Asia has roughly what percent of the world's population? 45%, 60% or 80%?
4) What animated movie plot contains a rivalry between Vector and Gru?
5) The city Limerick is located in which country?
6) What is the smallest state in Australia?
7) Lisa Kudrow joined Taylor Swift on stage for a rendition of what song that was
made famous by Kudrow’s character Phoebe in the hit TV show Friends?
8) Who created the fictional character Snoopy?
9) What chemical element has the symbol O?
10) Brazil borders every country in South America except which two countries?
11) The psychoactive drug MDMA or ecstasy is commonly known on the streets by
which girls name?
12) In the movie The Wizard of Oz, What is the name of the Dog that is whisked
away with Dorothy to the magical land of Oz?
1) Alan Rickman
2) South Africa
3) 60 percent
4) Despicable Me
6) Tasmania (Canberra is territory)
7) Smelly Cat
8) Charles M. Schulz.
10) Chile and Ecuador
Who, What, Where??
Picture Round Answers
1. Ringo Star
2. Justin Timberlake
3. Stephen Hawking
4. Lady Gaga
5. Gordon Ramsay
6. Michelle Obama
7. Keith Richards
8. Bette Midler
9. Tom Hanks
10. James Brown
sheets and tally
scores at the end
of every round from
here on Remember
to update the
players of their
scores and position.
This is an optional round that involves the audience to be in view of the host. First
you need to ask the Audience to stand. You then read the questions one by one and
as them to pick Heads (True) or Tails (false) by placing their hands on their head or
there bum. The last one standing wins the round and what ever prize you decide to
give out weather it be chocolates or a free drink its up to you. (remember to keep the
prize simple, this round is just for a bit of fun and to keep people entertained.)
1) In the UK, it is illegal to eat mince pies on Christmas Day (True)
2) The movie 'Wayne's World' was filmed in two weeks (false, 34 days)
3) Hilton was the first international hotel chain (True)
4) The brand Nokia is named after a place in Southern Finland. (True)
5) Pearls dissolve in vinegar (True)
6) Ostriches really do bury their heads in sand (False, )
7) The electric chair was invented by a dentist. (true)
8) Contrary to popular belief, Scotland actually has few redheads. (False, The most
9) There is no butter in buttermilk (true)
10) Pteronophobia is the fear of being tickled by the wind (False, Feathers)
11) The average woman uses her height in lipstick every 2 years. (False, 5 years)
12) The word 'Strengths' is the longest word in the English language with just one
Heads or Tails
1) The cast of what TV show have been confirmed to reunite for a two-hour
special on Sunday 21st Feb?
2) According to the Indonesian National Police, the recent terror attack in
Jakarta involved a number of assailants with guns and what type of explosives?
3) What 2015 TV show follows the life of Elliot who works as a cyber security
engineer during the day, but at night he is a vigilante hacker?
4) What is the name of John Travolta's character in the movie 'Grease'?
5) 'True Blue' is an Australian folk song written in 1981 by which singer-
6) Which pop star did Britney Sears kiss on stage at the 2003 MTV music awards?
7) In 73 BC, Who was is believed to have been the leader of the gladiators that led
the slave uprising in Rome?
8) Flinders University is located in which Australian capital city?
9) Who is Australia's richest person with wealth of $20.01 billion?
10) Which car company makes the X-Trail?
11) What do we call a material consisting of a wide range of synthetic or semi-
synthetic organics that are malleable and can be molded into solid objects of
12) What sport is started and re=started with a 'bully-off'?
3) Mr Robot
5) John Williamson
9) Gina Rinehart
12) Hockey, Field & Ice
Music Round.. Name all 5 Band and Song name.
1) The Cat Empire - Hello Hello
2) The Foo Fighters - Pretender
3) Meatloaf - I'd Do Anything For Love
3) The Eagles - The Best of My Love
5) Michael Jackson - Ben
Play MP3 attached to email - Or click speaker to play in slide show
1) Who plays the character Jack Byrnes in the movie Meet the Parents?
2) What was introduced in 1971 for the first time at Wimbledon to prevent games
taking to long?
3) Chad Hurley, Steve Chen and Jawed Karim are the founders of which internet
service that was bought by Google for US$1.65 billion in 2006?
4) What is the art of preparing, stuffing, and mounting the skins of animals?
5) Costing more than $200,000 the luxury sports car the Panamera is made by
what car company?
6) What American R&B girl groups final and best-known line-up comprised of
Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams.
7) What file size is 1,000 megabytes?
8) Sun Tzu wrote which book that still remains the ultimate guide to combat
9) What American pornographic actor and filmmaker is nicknamed "The
10) Our cars and phones are fitted with a GPS, but was does it stand for?
11) The American drama series 'Boardwalk Empire' is set in which US city?
12) TV show "The Entourage" is loosly based on who's real life?
1) Robert De Niro
2) Tie Break
6) Destiny's Child
7) 1 Gigabyte
8) The Art of War
9) Ron Jeremy
10) Global Positioning System
11) Atlantic City
12) Mark Wahlberg
Answer - 1974
Question: In what year was the song 'Evie' released
by The Easybeats frontman Stevie Wright?
Collect answers and announce
the winners. IF THERE IS A
TIE THEN PLAY ON FOR THE
TIE BREAK QUESTIONS and
hand out prizes remember to
make sure that prizes are seen
by everybody to create a
jealousy factor that ensures
Remember to ask each table if
they would like to make a
booking for next week and take
down their details when
accepting the booking!
Last Man Standing
This is knockout rounds to find a clear winner for the night. Get it wrong
and you're out. Last man standing. If all get it wrong at the same time
they stay in the game. Last question is a first to answer wins question.
3) Antelope or Gazelle
1) What is a particle of light know as?
2) Starting the first Gulf War, Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein
ordered the invasion and occupation of which neighboring
Country in early August 1990.
3) What kind of animal is the Springbok?
Remember to book customers in
for next week
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