Quiz 2023

The tickets are now on sale!

Time and Place

  • The main school hall
  • Thursday 9th March
  • Doors and bar from 7:30pm, Quiz starts at 8pm

Ticket details

The tickets are being sold this year by table. There are 8 to a table, which makes up your team. Strictly no more than 8 people per team. Cost is £10 per ticket. It’s an adults event.

You will be able buy a whole table in one go, or separate tickets. The PTA quiz organisers can’t be responsible for working out who is on which team, so please do arrange among yourselves.

Pupil Premium

Eligible families will be given a ‘coupon’ / code to enter at checkout, which reduces the ticket price to zero. The code works for 2 tickets. IMPORTANT: We still need people to be allocated to a table, so you need to complete the checkout process, even though no payment will be required. Otherwise we can’t manage the ticket numbers.

On the night:

Bring the email confirmation with you – that’s your ticket. We’ll have a record of who has bought tickets if needed.

The table numbers will not necessarily correspond to any location in the hall – e.g. table 4 may not be near table 3 or 5, etc, so please don’t count on being near friends on the basis of table numbers.

There will be a bar with soft drinks, wine and beer, and bar snacks. Cash or Card accepted. There will NOT be a meal served.

Entrance is the Infant Gates on Croftdown Road. The quiz doors and bar will open at 7:30pm, with the quiz starting at 8pm. We aim to finish by 10pm.

If you want to help on the night, Rob needs a quiz helper, possibly with an eye to taking over once he leaves(!). Contact him if you need.

There will be a prize – TBC. We used to have a ‘Gnome of Knowledge’ trophy too – if anyone knows where that is, please do say.

First time?

For those who haven’t been to a Brookfield Quiz Night before, here’s a quick idea.

We have hosted in a variety of venues, but the most popular has been the school hall. (It’s also cheaper than hiring a venue, and all ticket / bar revenue goes to the PTA, which funds amazing school experiences).

Feel free to be competitive, but it’s also just a lot of fun. There are the usual q&a parts, but always a surprise round, there are picture and audio rounds, and always an element of luck. It’s entertaining, as well as mentally stimulating.