||What is the name of the Jewish spring festival which celebrates the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt?
||Cherophobia is the irrational fear of what?
||Gaiety or merriment
||Which English comedian’s real name is Royston Vasey?
||Roy ‘Chubby’ Brown
||Composer Jean Sibelius was born in which country?
||Martin Luther King Jr. Day is celebrated in the US during which month of the year?
||January – 3rd Monday
||Scientist Humphrey Davy discovered the inhalation of which gas could relieve a conscious person from pain?
||Nitrous Oxide (laughing gas)
||In which year was the Battle of Britain?
||Jerry Cruncher appears in which Charles Dickens novel?
||A Tale of Two Cities
||Which country’s national football team was knocked out of the 1998 FIFA World Cup despite scoring six goals in their last match?
||Epping Forest is in which English county?
||In medicine, exsanguination is commonly known as what?
||Bleeding to death
||How many states are there in Mexico?
||31 – and one federal district
||What is Beauty’s name in the Disney film ‘Beauty and the Beast’?
||Moorfield’s Hospital in London specialises in the treatment of which part of the body?
||Which English singer entertained the crowds on Centre Court at Wimbledon in 1996 when rain stopped play ?
||In medicine, a nullipara is a woman who has never done what?
||Given birth to a child
||What number shirt did footballer Bobby Moore wear when he played for West Ham?
||What was the name of the President of Granada who was executed during the 1983 coup?
||The Ebro River is in which country?
||Sadler’s Wells Ballet and the Vic-Wells Ballet were the previous names of which British ballet company?
||The Royal Ballet
||In which English city is the Cartwright Hall Art Gallery?
||A luce is the name for which fully grown fish?
||Dakahlia, Ghabia and Helwan are governorates of which country?
||Former French President Charles de Gaulle said ‘How can you govern a country which has 246 varieties of ‘what’?
||What is the 19th letter of the Greek alphabet?
||Pattie Boyd, George Harrison’s first wife, was cast as a schoolgirl fan in which Beatles film?
||‘A Hard Day’s Night’
||July 1938 saw the first ascent of the North Face of which Alpine mountain?
||The famous ‘Seven Ages of Man’ speech is delivered in which Shakespeare play?
||As You Like It
||Pascua is Spanish for which holiday?
||Easter – Holy Week
||What was known as the ‘National Razor’ during the French Revolution?