Here’s your official warning, queer quizzers – bury those noses in your queer bibles and organise grinds in all things gay, because GCN’s ‘My Big Fat Gay Pub Quiz’ is back again and better than ever!
We’re taking over the glorious Street 66 Dublin on Parliament Street this upcoming April 18 with our own brand of camp questions. Our gorgeous presenter, the beautiful Bunny O’Hare, will grill teams of four on topics including music, movies, pop culture, LGBT+ history and everything queer in an effort to discover who is the brightest group this side of the rainbow.
And if competing just isn’t enough, the winning team will nab themselves a jaw-dropping prize. Brace yourselves – as well as four (invisible) crowns and four (non existent) sceptres, and the (un)official title of the ‘Most Intelligent LGBT+ Folk In All Of Ireland’, the Fab Four will also receive weekend passes to the fabulous Body And Soul Festival!
FYI, the festival is celebrating ten years in the business, so you know it’s going to be a special one!
There’s a host of tantalising prizes still to be announced, so don’t miss out.
Now of course, some of us aren’t as gifted upstairs as others, but we might still have luck on our side! To that end, there’s an Aladdin’s cave of raffle prizes to be won! With treasures including tickets to Body And Soul, Mother Club gift packs and GCN Goodie bags, you’d be wise to grab a few strips of tickets…
BREAKING NEWS: BODY & SOUL 2019: We've had a blast playing you just some of the acts on our first announcement. There's many more announced tonight. Check the poster for the full list. 10 Years of Joy #bodysoul19 pic.twitter.com/FjSiJj6rfV
— Body&Soul (@BodyandSoulIrl) February 26, 2019
Tables for the quiz are limited and they always sell fast, so make sure to book early for a riotous night of laughs and sheer entertainment!
Doors open at 7pm on Thursday April 18 and the quiz starts at 8.
Get your tickets here.
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