Quiz 10

Band Members Quiz

Quiz 10 – Round 2 – Music

Band members quiz – In this week’s music round you need to identify the band from the members. We will give you three names, you need to give us the name of the band they were all in, at one time or another.

1. Damon Albarn, Alex James and Graham Coxon.


2. Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker.


3. Dave Vanian, Captain Sensible and Rat Scabies.

The Damned

4. Jake Shears, Ana Matronic and Del Marquis.

Scissor Sisters

5. Eddie Vedder, Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament.

Pearl Jam

6. Tom Fletcher, Harry Judd and Danny Jones.


7. Tom Chaplin, Tim Rice-Oxley and Jesse Quin.


8. Sheila Ferguson, Fayette Pinkney and Valerie Holiday

The Three Degrees

9. Peter Noone, Keith Hopwood and Karl Green.

Herman’s Hermits

10. Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl.


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Free art and literature quiz questions

Quiz 10 – Round 3 – Art and Literature

Free Art and Literature Quiz Questions

1. In Charles Dickens’s ‘Great Expectations’, what is the name of the London lawyer who represents Pip’s benefactor?

Mr Jaggers

2. In Beatrix Potter’s books, what kind of animal was Jeremy Fisher?

A frog

3. Who wrote the opera ‘Madame Butterfly’?

Giacomo Puccini

4. In which European gallery does the famous painting ‘Whistler’s Mother’ hang, painted by James McNeill Whistler?

The Musée D’Orsay in Paris

5. Which famous Latin phrase has been popularly translated as ‘seize the day’?

Carpe diem

6. What type of animal is Snowball, in George Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’?


7. Whose autobiography is entitled ‘Dreams From My Father’?

Barack Obama

8. At which number on Baker Street did Sherlock Holmes live?


9. In which European city would you find the famous ‘Trevi Fountain’?


10. Which newspaper does Peter Parker (aka Spiderman) work for?

Daily Bugle


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True or false

Quiz 10 – Round 4 – True or False

It is quite simple – the answer to each of the following questions is either true or false. Sound easy?

1. There are 259 steps up to the ‘Whispering Gallery’ in St Paul’s Cathedral.


2. The reverse of the Nobel Peace Prize, shows three naked men, standing with their hands on each other’s shoulders.


3. Centipedes always have 100 feet.


4. The world record for a human to hold their breath underwater is 8 minutes 27 seconds.

False, in 2016 a Spanish diver named Aleix Segura Vendrell held his breath underwater for 24 minutes and 3 seconds.

5. Olympus Mons, Mount Olympus on Mars, is taller than Mount Everest.

True – Mount Olympus is approximately 22km tall, Mount Everest is only 8,848 m

6. The world’s oldest known tree is over 9000 years old.

True – In 2008 a tree calculated to be 9550 years old was found in Sweden

7. A cross between a horse and a zebra is called a Hobra.

False – the offspring of a male zebra and a female horse is called a ‘zorse’, the other way around is called a ‘zonkey’.

8. 111,111,111 x 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987,654,321


9. Muscle turns to fat if you stop exercising.

False – muscle cells and fat cells are two different types of cell.

10. The world’s smallest book is 1cm wide, 1cm tall and 4mm deep.

False – The smallest book in 2008 measured 2.4 x 2.9 mm and was presented in a wooden box with a magnifying glass.


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Free Science Quiz

Quiz 10 – Round 5 – Science and Nature

Free science quiz questions and answers for your pub quiz, or any type of quiz. Click on the green ‘Print Friendly’ button at the bottom of the quiz to create a printable version or PDF.

1. A ‘cria’ is the name for the offspring of which type of animal?

A baby camelid, eg llama, alpaca, vicuña or guanaco

2. Who invented the safety pin?

Walter Hunt

3. What does RAM stand for, when describing computer hardware?

Random-Access Memory

4. What term is used for one-billionth of a second?

A nanosecond

5. Coeliac disease is associated with an intolerance to what?


6. Which is the primary bodily organ affected by hepatitis?


7. What is the collective noun for a group of polecats?

A chine

8. What type of fruit is a ‘Norfolk Beefing’?

An apple

9. How often does Halley’s Comet appear?

Every 75/76 years (accept either)

10. What is the correct scientific name for laughing gas?

Nitrous Oxide


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Baseball Quiz

Quiz 10 – Round 6 – Sport

This week’s sports round is a baseball quiz all about American Major League baseball teams. We shall give you the name of the team, you need to tell us which city they play for.

1. Red Sox


2. Dodgers

Los Angeles

3. Blue Jays


4. Orioles


5. Cubs


6. Nationals

Washington D.C.

7. Pirates


8. Cardinals

St. Louis

9. Giants

San Fransisco

10. Padres

San Diego


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Quiz 10 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Petra is a World Heritage site in which country?


2. Colin Fry made his name as what type of entertainer?


3. Who is the famous television presenter wife of Vernon Kay?

Tess Daly

4. Which Beatles album had the original artwork banned, as it contained images that were deemed too shocking?

Yesterday and Today (with the Beatles dressed as butchers, covered with meat and doll parts)

5. How many pieces does each player begin with in a game of chess?


6. Who provided the voice of the evil lion ‘Scar’ in Disney’s ‘Lion King’?

Jeremy Irons

7. Mount Rushmore has sculpted heads of four American Presidents; George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt… and who else?

Thomas Jefferson

8. In ‘Back To The Future’, Marty McFly travelled back in time – to which year?


9. Calvados is a brandy made from which fruit?


10. In the nursery rhyme ‘Sing a Song of Sixpence’, where was the queen?

In the parlour (eating bread and honey)