Pub Quiz Picture Round

Quiz 55 – Round 1 – Picture Round

Can you identify these famous Stephens, Stevens and Steves?

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1. Steve Buscemi

Steve Buscemi 2009,” © 2009 David Shankbone, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license:

2. Steve Vai

By RodrigoCD (Own work) used under a Creative Commons ShareAlike License:, via Wikimedia Commons

3. Stephen Dorff

gdcgraphics used under a Creative Commons ShareAlike License:, via Wikimedia Commons

4. Stephen King

By “Pinguino” (“Pinguino’s” flickr account), used under a Creative Commons Attribution License:, via Wikimedia Commons

 5. Steven Pienaar

By Nick , used under a Creative Commons Attribution License:, via Wikimedia Commons

6. Steven Soderbergh

By nicolas genin from Paris, France (66ème Festival de Venise (Mostra)) used under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike License:, via Wikimedia Commons

7. Stephen Baldwin

By Gage Skidmore, used under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike License:, via Wikimedia Commons

8. Steve Guttenberg

By Rob DiCaterino from Clifton, NJ, USA (Chiller Theatre Expo, Parsippany, NJ, 10/26/13) used under a Creative Commons Attribution License:, via Wikimedia Commons

9.Steve Coogan

Steve Coogan,” © 2013 Gordon Correll, used under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike license:

 10. Stephen Merchant

_MG_2944,” © 2011 Justin Hoch, used under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike license:


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Food and Drink Quiz

Quiz 55 – Round 2 – Food and Drink

What types of fruit or vegetables are these varieties?

1. Savoy


2. Green Globe


3. Green Anjou


4. Garden Bing


5. Brandywine


6. Adzuki


7. Waltham 29


8. Allington Pippin


9. Maris Piper


10. Indian Blood Cling






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Quiz 55 – Round 3 – Entertainment

Catchphrase quiz – From which TV programme do these catchphrases come?

1. “Ooh, you are awful, but I like you!”

The Dick Emery Show

2. “Smoke me a kipper, I’ll be back for breakfast.”

Red Dwarf

3. “Cowabunga!”

Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles

4. “I’m the only gay in the village.”

Little Britain

5. “Ooh, I could crush a grape!”


6. “Permission to speak, Sir!”

Dad’s Army

7. “Suits you, Sir!”

The Fast Show

8. “Bernie, the bolt, please!”

The Golden Shot

9. “Shut that door!”

The Generation Game

10. “Yada, yada, yada.”






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Sport quiz questions

Quiz 55 – Round 4 – Sport

1. Which jockey was born in Milan on 15th December 1970?

Frankie Dettori

2. Which country has produced the most Men’s Singles Wimbledon Champions since the start of the Open Era in 1968?


3. Similarly, which country’s football team has won the World Cup the most times since it began in 1930?


4. What does the abbreviation ‘WD’ stand for when describing cricketing bowling statistics?

Wide balls

5. In a game of badminton, the winner is the first to reach how many points?


6. Over how many days is a decathlon usually contested?


7. Who was the world’s first footballer to be transferred for a price of over a million pounds (or foreign equivalent of!)?

Giuseppe Savoldi (transferred from Bologna to Napoli in 1975 for 2 billion Lira, the equivalent of £1.2 million)

8. In which year did the Premier League cease to be sponsored by Carling?


9. In which sport can one be awarded the Naismith Award?


10. Who won Gold in the Men’s Long Jump at the 2012 London Olympics?

Greg Rutherford





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Maths Quiz

Quiz 55 – Round 5 – Maths

1. How many seconds are there in 24 hours?


2. What is 4 cubed?


3. What is two-sevenths of 147?


4. If you know the radius of a circle, how do you calculate the circumference?

multiply by ‘pi’ and by 2 (2π r)

5. A school has 800 students and on one day of severe illness 27% of the students are absent. How many students attend school on that day?


6. What is a polyhedron?

A three-dimensional solid with flat faces, straight edges and vertices (sharp corners)

7. What is the mean of the following set of numbers: 5, 27, 43, 7, 2 and 6?


8. What is two-fifths of a half?

two-tenths (or 0.2)

9. What was the year 1976 as a Roman Numeral?


10. What is the next number in the sequence: 17, 29, 53, 101, 197, …?

389 (multiply the previous number by two and then subtract five)





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Quiz 55 – Round 6 – The World

This round is all about Roman place names within Britain. What is the current day name for this town, city of country?

1. Caledonia


2. Lutonium


3. Dubris


4. Mamucium


5. Hibernia


6. Eboracum


7. Londinium


8. Glevum


9. Lindum


10. Hortonium






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Quiz 55 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Which of these U.S. Presidents was born first: John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon or Ronald Reagan?

Ronald Reagan (Born in 1911 – Nixon was born in 1913 and Kennedy in 1917)

2. Who provides the voice of Sideshow Bob in ‘The Simpsons’?

Kelsey Grammer

3. Which musical note is most commonly used for an orchestra to tune to?


4. Which was the last song to be released by the band ‘Queen’ before Freddie Mercury’s death?

The Show Must Go On

5. The name of only one London Underground station begins with an I – what is it?


6. What is the highest mountain in England?

Scafell Pike

7. Which country has a currency called a Tögrög?


8. The lead singer of which band famously threw a bucket of water over John Prescott at the 1998 Brit Awards?


9. Who won the 2013 series of ‘I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!’?

Kian Egan (Westlife)

10. Who is attributed with saying “I don’t dislike babies, though I think very young ones rather disgusting.”

Queen Victoria





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