*FREE* Pub Quiz Questions
Our General Knowledge quiz packs are designed for pubs who just want a fun pub quiz night – they are 5 sets of 10 questions mixed subjects and are pitched at a standard level with an average pub quiz team getting around 6/10 correct
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The free quiz contains the following quiz questions;
1. Which company makes Milk Tray and Roses?
2. In which English county can you see a signpost that reads Ham ½ mile Sandwich 3 miles?
3. In craps, how many dice are thrown?
4. Who was the fifth wife of Henry VIII and the second to be beheaded?
5. Who took an overdose of pills and bowed out of EastEnders?
6. Which film starring Sylvester Stallone, Michael Caine and a handful of famous footballers was set in a World War II prisoner of war camp?
7. What type of surface is the tennis court at Roland Garros in Paris?
8. Which 2016 animated film was marketed with the tagline, “Think this is what they do all day”?
9. Which sea bird is known by the alternative name ‘Shag’?
10. According to the nursery rhyme, what do the Bells of St Clements say?
4. Catherine Howard
5. Peggy Mitchell
6. Escape To Victory
8. The Secret Life of Pets
9. (Green) Cormorant
10. Oranges And Lemons
1. Born on February 4th 1948, which rock star’s real name is Vincent Furnier?
2. Which former England and Essex cricket captain was nicknamed ‘The Gnome’?
3. Which ex-Chancellor of the Exchequer wrote a diet book following the success of his daughter’s cookery books?
4. Which character did Henry Thomas play in E.T.?
5. Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (Pronounced Abbay) dressed up as who at the closing ceremony of the Rio Olympics?
6. Which Quentin Tarantino film was an adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s novel called Rum Punch?
7. Who performed the 1985 hit Sussudio?
8. Which backing band is associated with the singer Elvis Costello?
9. Which high-jumper ‘flopped’ at the 1968 Olympic games and still became world famous?
10. In 2016, the 100th birthday of which man was marked with a dictionary of his words and a parade through the streets of Cardiff?
1. Alice Cooper
2. Keith Fletcher
3. Nigel Lawson
5. Super Mario
6. Jackie Brown
7. Phil Collins
8. The Attractions
9. Dick Fosbury
10. Roald Dahl’s
1. Which ‘R.B.’ was world heavyweight boxing champion from 1992-1993?
2. What would the word ‘Quiz’ be worth in a game of scrabble if played as the first word?
3. Which ice cream flavour is traditionally composed of chocolate ice cream, nuts, and marshmallows?
4. What ‘M’ is the name of the tree most commonly found in tropical, fresh and saltwater swamps?
5. Which Scottish golfer won the Open Championship in 1985?
6. True or False? – England’s first international football match was against Scotland
7. What is the N.A.T.O. phonetic alphabet word for the letter ‘F’?
8. Which car manufacturer unveiled the V8 Vantage at the Geneva International Motor Show in 2005?
9. What ‘J.H.’ is someone’s signature, derived from a particularly large one on the U.S. Declaration of Independence?
10. Which comedian who once said, “I’ll always be a fat girl and I am happy with that”, released her autobiography in 2007 entitled Dear Fatty?
1. Riddick Bowe
3. Rocky Road
5. Sandy Lyle
8. Aston Martin
9. John Hancock
10. Dawn French
1. Which rock band took Smoke On The Water to number 21 in the 1977 U.K. charts?
2. Who was the first wrestler to win two consecutive Royal Rumbles, in 1990 and 1991?
3. Which muscular organ do humans use for mastication?
4. What is the real first name of comedian Lenny Henry?
5. Who appeared as a judge on the BBC talent show The Voice for its third series alongside Tom Jones, Ricky Wilson and will.i.am before leaving to take up the same role in her native Australia?
6. Members of which branch of the French armed forces do not swear allegiance to France?
7. In greyhound racing, the dog in trap six wears which colour or colours?
8. Which instrument is Vanessa Mae famous for playing?
9. Who had a U.K.1999 number one with Sweet Like Chocolate?
10. Launched in April 1937, what type of ship was H.M.S. Ark Royal?
1. Deep Purple
2. Hulk Hogan
5. Kylie Minogue
6. Foreign Legion (They swear allegiance to the Legion)
7. Black and White Stripes
9. Shanks and Bigfoot
10. Aircraft Carrier
1. In which Dorset town did Alec Hardy and Ellie Miller investigate the murder of Danny Latimer?
2. In the Tellytubbies, what colour is Tinky Winky’s handbag?
3. In the 1950s TV series, what was the name of the white-faced wonder horse who was a companion to Ricky North?
4. Which female singer performed Your Song at the wedding reception of Prince William and Catherine Middleton at Buckingham Palace?
5. Which American boxer and heavyweight boxing champion famously said in 1990, “If I miss the guy with the left and the right, I belly-bump him”?
6. Which American rock band was formed by Lou Reed, John Cale, Sterling Morrison and Angus Maclise in 1964?
7. Which clothing brand is owned by former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher?
8. Whose most famous song was Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay in 1968?
9. Which Irishman is the only snooker player ever to have been world amateur champion, world professional champion and world under-21 champion?
10. In which century did the Pilgrim Fathers land in America after their voyage on The Mayflower across the Atlantic?
4. Ellie Goulding
5. George Foreman
6. The Velvet Underground
7. Pretty Green
8. Otis Redding
9. Ken Doherty
10. 17th Century (1620)
Tiebreaker (First correct answer handed in or closest wins): How many times were the Neville brothers capped for the England football team?
Any wrong and the team receives 0 points for this round.
Tiebreaker – 144