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Pub Quiz 8: Quiz Night Questions


Test your trivia knowledge with our selection of Pub Quiz Night Questions readymade for friends and family to enjoy. For the best quiz night questions, check out our free Pub quizzes which are regularly updated by the team at Challenge The Brain.

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Quiz Night Questions


  1. Which land snake has the most toxic venom in the world?

  2. Who produced a series of oil paintings in 1943 known as the 'Four Freedoms'?

  3. Which sport is the haka dance associated with?

  4. What are the names of Popeye's four nephews?

  5. Which European country's national flag features 3 vertical stripes in the order of blue, white and red from left to right?

  6. On which river did a pilot by the name of Sully make an emergency landing in 2009?

  7. Which 2016 song was an international hit for Major Lazer ft. Justin Bieber and MØ?

  8. Can you unscramble the following word to reveal an act of betrayal: RASENOT?

  9. Which film series stars 'thunder buddies' Mark Wahlberg and the voice of Seth MacFarlane?

  10. How many degrees do the interior angles of a triangle always equal?

  1. Who wrote 'The Canterbury Tales'?

  2. What was the title of George Michael's first solo single?

  3. Sarah eats 5 sweets in January, 8 in February, 11 in March, and 14 in April. If this pattern continues, how many sweets will Sarah eat in October and November, of the same year, combined?

  4. Which multinational corporation developed the PlayStation?

  5. What famous statue was originally named 'Liberty Enlightening the World'?

  6. Chris Martin is lead singer of which famous British rock band?

  7. How many countries of the world begin with the letter Z?

  8. Maundy Thursday commemorates which final event that took place between Jesus and his disciples?

  9. What do the letters DC stand for in the United State's capital Washington D.C.?

  10. Which Shakespearean play is based on the short reign of a British king who was responsible for numerous deaths?