Posts Tagged ‘Quiz’

Quick Quiz

Posted: November 4, 2010 by milsparkle in general, Quizzes and Puzzles
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1. What are herbivores?

2.  Which underground station on the District line is closed?

3. How many years has Queen Elizabeth II reigned for?

4. Which planet is closest to the moon?

5. Name two plays written by Shakespeare.

6. What are incisors?

7. How many countries in the world are there?

8. When was Enid Blyton born?

9. What is an equation?

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Quick quiz

Posted: October 22, 2010 by milsparkle in Quizzes and Puzzles
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1. When was World War 2?

2. Which theatre in London is showing Priscilla?

3. Warsaw is the capital of which country?

4. What is the square route of 100?

5. Who is the Chancellor of the Exchequer?

6. What was the name of the dog in Peter Pan?

7. What is the correct name for your knee bone?

8. How many pods are there on the London Eye?

9. Who was the author of 101 Dalmations?

Globe Quiz

Posted: March 30, 2010 by INC in fun, Quizzes and Puzzles
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After Easter, pupils and staff across the Evelina Hospital School will be working on a project with the Globe Theatre.

So, what better way to prepare ourselves than a short quiz!

No answers will be be revealed until the Friday after term starts, 23rd April.

So, fingers on the buzzers, here we go.

1. Where in London is Shakepeare’s Globe Theatre?

2. What was Shakepeare’s first name?

3. What shape is the Globe?

4. True or false – in Shakespeare’s day, women were not allowed to be actors.

5. Different flags were used to advertise what type of play was being performed at the Globe. What colour  flag was used to advertise a comedy?

6. Which or these plays is not by Shakespeare:

 Othello

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

WarHorse

As You Like It

7. In which year did the original Globe Theatre burn down?

8. How soon was it rebuilt?

9. Which American actor was the inspiration for rebuilding the new Globe Theatre?

10. When did it open?

In the event of a tie, the winner will be the person who has made the most words (no proper nouns or plurals) of three letters or more from SHAKESPEARE.

Good luck!


This short video shows people arriving at the Globe for a performance. It will give you a bit of an idea what it is like.