||The 1999 film ‘Topsy Turvy’ by Mike Leigh is about which playwright and composer duo?
||Gilbert and Sullivan
||Which British organisation has the motto ‘For Ever, For Everyone’?
||In the human body, what is a hallux valgus more commonly known as?
||The volcano Hekla is on which island?
||Malacology is the branch of zoology concerned with which type of creatures?
||Creme Anglaise is the French version of which English dessert item?
||Which band had a 1959 hit with the song ‘I Only Have Eyes For You’?
||Which Polynesian island was originally called Rapa Nui before it was discovered by Dutch explorer Jacob Roggeeven in 1722?
|| ‘Down the Rabbit Hole’ is the opening chapter of which children’s novel?
||Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
||What is the term in the game of croquet for sending another player’s ball through a hoop?
||By area, what is the smallest of the United Arab Emirates?
||In Greek mythology, which sea nymph kept Odysseus on the island of Ogygia for many years, offering to make him immortal if he remained?
||In March 1935 which cartoon character made his debut in Looney Tunes ‘I Haven’t Got a Hat’?
||Who was known as the ‘Waltz King’ of Vienna?
||Johann Strauss II
||Joan Fussey, Miss Haggard and Josh Fiddler are all characters in which ‘Carry On’ film?
||Carry On Camping
||What was the name of the prison from which anti-apartheid campaigner Nelson Mandela was released in February 1990?
||In the nursery rhyme ‘Sing a Song of Sixpence’ how many blackbirds were baked in a pie?
||The vitelus is which part of an egg?
||What is the title of Samuel Beckett’s play which consists of about 25 seconds of screams and heavy breathing?
|| ‘Teardrop’ by Massive Attack is the theme tune to which US television medical drama starring Hugh Laurie?
||How many ‘Books’ make up the Old Testament of the Bible?
||Erotology is the study of what?
||Chartwell was the family home of which British Prime Minister?
|| ‘The King of Barataria’ is the subtitle of which Gilbert and Sullivan operetta?
||Dhaka is the capital of which Asian country?
||The Royal Albert Hall is in which London road?
||During which year were the first Youth Olympics held?
||Which English pop artist created The Beatles ‘Sgt Pepper’ album cover?
||In South Africa, a Sangoma is more commonly known as what type of person?
||What is the name of the game that is similar to boules, which originated in Provence, France?