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JUST FOR FUN QUIZ WITH A DIFFERENT THEME EVERY WEEK

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EVERY SUNDAY 6 PM - 8 PM

JUST FOR FUN QUIZ WITH A DIFFERENT THEME EVERY WEEK

As an example, one of our quizzes is below

If you're up for a laugh, then join us at the Trafalgar Bay

ALL WELCOME

Round 1 – Cryptic Fruit

Cryptic clues which when solved give popular fruits

1 Toto gets round mum for something to eat

2 New Yorkers live in the big one

3 Sound sheep makes to its Grandmother

4 Is the New Black

5 Bloke makes his way

6 Dog growls in front of Monkey

7 Blonde in a Jam

8 Organise women later

9 Bitter variety of melon

10 A very old chainsaw beginning to cause commotion

11 Fuzzy skin bruises easily

12 Small depressed fruit

13 May be blown

14 Dark bramble

15 Pop this or put it on top

16 Babies’ bed after month not quite finished

17 Sounds like there’s two!

18 Wine suitable for a senior citizen

19 Berny Carr is confused

20 Yearn for an iPhone

Round 2 – Fruity Movies & Literature

Can you pick the missing fruits from these? I’ve provided the year of release for the films & authors for the books. Some are films adapted from books!

1. Herbie Goes ___ (1980)

2. The ___ Orchard (1999) by Anton Chekhov

3. My Darling ___ (1946) by Jack Fishman

4. ___ Night (2010)

5. What’s Eating Gilbert ___ (1993) by Peter Hedges

6. The ___ Drop Kid (1951) by Damon Runyon

7. A Clockwork ___ (1971) by Anthony Burgess

8. James and the Giant ___ (1996) by Roald Dahl

9. ___ Express (2008)

10. Fried Green ___ (1991) by Fannie Flagg

11. ___ County (2002)

12. My ___ Nights (2007)

13. The ___house Golem (2016) by Peter Ackroyd

14. Don’s ___ (2001)

15. The ___ of Wrath (1940) by John Steinbeck

16. The Adventures of ___ Finn by Mark Twain

17. ___ are not the Only Fruit by Jeanette Winterson

18. 19. & 20. Each ___ ___ ___ by Janet Ahlberg

ROUND 3 WAS A PICTURE ROUND WHERE YOU HAD TO NAME THE FAMOUS PEOPLE (CELEBRITIES & FICTIONAL CHARACTERS ) WITH FRUIT NAMES

Round 4 – Fruity Music

1. Which novelty song composed in 1944 is played over the public address at Cambridge United football matches after home wins?

2. Song by The Beatles that begins with the lyrics “Let me bring you down”.

3. Swedish singer who’s 1997 single "Save Tonight" achieved commercial success in Ireland, the United States and the United Kingdom, and was voted song of the year in New Zealand.

4. In 1997, this trip hop group from London reached number 1 in the UK singles chart with a remixed version of their 1996 single "You're Not Alone"

5. This song was used in the 1985 Levi’s 501 commercial with Nick Kamen in a Launderette.

6. 1990 song by the American glam metal band Warrant that contains the lines “Cool drink of water, such a sweet surprise. Tastes so good, makes a grown man cry”

7. What did all-female band the Runaways call their 1976 debut single that began with the words “Can't stay at home, can't stay at school”.

8. In the popular 1970s sitcom Happy Days, set in the 1950s, lead character Richie Cunningham, played by Ron Howard, would often sing "I found my thrill..." (the first line of Fats Domino's 1950s version) in reference to pretty girls he dated or wanted to date.

9. American alternative rock band R.E.M made their debut appearance on Top of the Pops with this song.

10. They were the most streamed group of 2018 on Spotify and are the first rock act to have two songs, "Believer" and "Thunder" to surpass one billion streams each.

11. This American rock band released their 7th Album “Zeitgeist” on 10th July 2007.

12. Name the Irish alternative rock band whose debut album was called “Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We” (1993).

13. Which all-female group did Siobhan Fahey leave in 1988 to form Shakespeares Sister?

14. In 1993, “Into Your Arms” was the highest charting UK hit for which American alternative rock band?

15. They are the most successful band in the history of alternative rock, with the records for most number-one singles (13), most cumulative weeks at number one (85) and most top-ten songs (25) on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart.

16. What stage name is Canadian musician Merrill Nisker (born 11th November 1966) better known by?

17. Which 2005 Sugababes song contains the lyrics “People are all the same” and “Don’t be afraid to be you”?

18. Can you name the American pop-rock group whose 1972 song “Go All the Way” briefly appears in the 2014 film Guardians of the Galaxy?

19. Name the lead single from Prince & The Revolution’s 1985 album “Around the World in a Day”.

20. In 1996, which song by The Presidents of the United States of America was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal?

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