Quizzes SPECIAL OFFER!!
Book us for a weekly pub quiz, and get the first two weeks for FREE! All you have to do is supply a prize for the winners. No "minimum term", no strings attached.
Tired of the usual pub quizzes?
Questions nicked from out-of-date 1980's Trivial Pursuit boxes?
Daft true-or-false guesses?
Insultingly easy questions that make your regulars roll their eyes with disbelief?
The same questions rolled out every six months (or less)?
Then give FullHouse a try ...
I've been running quizzes for years and years, and it's my favourite line of work. My quiz database contains (at last count) approximately 11,250 questions, and is constantly growing. I never knowingly repeat a question in the same place! All my quiz questions are either made up by myself, or cherry-picked from other resources, with the aim of causing as much tip-of-the-tongue agony as possible. And all my questions are stored on the cloud, so I always have some backup material if needed.
I keep a close watch on where my questions have been asked ...
Over the many years of quizzing, I would estimate that my questions were accurate 99.8% of the time. Well, nobody's perfect!
My standard two-hour quiz contains 60-70 questions, covering a different selection of subjects each week, but if you want, I can do special quizzes of all music, all movies, whatever you like.
Different each week!
We split our quiz into many short rounds to minimise the ever-increasing amount of smartphone cheating. We can't stand cheats at FullHouse!
All that PLUS the cash snowball that can build up to hundreds of pounds.
... and if you've got a big screen in your pub, I can connect to that and put the questions and pictures onscreen. A very popular feature!
I do all the "usual suspect" rounds like sport, movies, pop music, etc.
We also have loads of other less common subjects like toys & games, art, fashion, flags, myths & legends, religion, technology, the stage, transport & travel ... the list goes on.
On top of all that, we ALSO do a variety of specialised rounds, including:
The answer? It's "wandering minstrel"!
Fill, lips, cough, field ... Philip Schofield! Yeah, they're not all as easy as that ...
Who has (or hasn't) switched on the Blackpool illuminations?
An egg, Bacardi rum, DS Lewis, and the sky ... or Eigg, Rum, Lewis and Skye ... Scottish islands!
Can you name the numbered states from a list of options?
Five types of soup with every second letter removed ... dead easy, isn't it?
First one is defect/deflect ... I'll leave the rest for you to figure out ...