HSL’s Weekly Quiz – 4th August
How did you get on with last week’s quiz? There are some tricky ones this week. If you have any questions you’d like to see featured, send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and you might see them in our next edition!
- What type of meat is traditionally used in shepherd’s pie?
- How much is the letter “W” worth in scrabble?
- At Kate and William’s Royal Wedding, what colour attire did the queen wear?
- What are the three main ingredients of a piña colada?
- New passports are being phased into the UK from mid-year, what colour will they be?
- What is the nickname for a type of camping that involves more luxurious accommodation and facilities?
- Who painted the Mona Lisa?
- In which city is the original Oktoberfest (the world’s largest Volksfest) held?
- What is the highest mountain in Europe?
- In what year was the first production of The Phantom of the Opera?
- What is the capital of Turkey?
- How many strings does a violin have?
- What height (in metres) is the Elizabeth Tower? Hint: this is where you’ll find the Great Bell, popularly known as Big Ben!
- Pastel de nata is an egg tart pastry, which country does it originate from?
- Lady Campanula Tottington is a protagonist’s love interest in one instalment of an extremely popular stop-motion film franchise – what franchise is this? (Clue – cheese and crackers)
- Who played Trigger in Only Fools and Horses?
- What are the names of the iconic synth-pop duo, the Pet Shop Boys?
- How many lines are there in a sonnet?
- Being born in which two months might make you a Sagittarius?
- In what city would you find the Tennent’s Brewery?
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