After 12 months doing a lot of selfless work for charity, The Thinking Drinkers are returning to UK theatres in 2021 with “Thinking Drinkers Pub Quiz”.
Their hilarious, brand new show gets the rounds in, in more ways than one, with every audience member getting FIVE FREE drinks while competing for amazing prizes in a cabaret-style quiz hosted by Tom Sandham and Ben McFarland, award-winning experts, comedians, alco-demics and hooch historians.
After the tedious Zoom quizzes everyone got bored with back in April, the Thinking Drinkers are kicking Covid to the curb and breathing life back into the proper pub quiz – with a question sheet and pen in one hand…and a world-class drink in the other.
“The last 12 months have been very difficult for everyone and the pandemic has raised a lot of profound questions about us as a society,” said Ben. “Rest assured, none of those questions will be in our Pub Quiz. Instead, expect to discover how drink has influenced every aspect of human history – from art and music to literature, history, religion, sport, philosophy and, most crucially, our ability to name five London Underground stops named after pubs.”
“Some people reckon that drink can decrease the number of brain cells but our Pub Quiz is sure to perk up your prefrontal cortex and increase them…probably,” said Tom. “While everyone enjoys a quality collection of complimentary drinks, we’ll be taking them on a hilarious fact-filled, fun-fuelled journey through history – before putting them through an extremely thorough quizzical.”
The Thinking Drinkers Pub Quiz is a great night out that those boring old men who win every week at your local can’t spoil. There’ll be no mobile phones. No googling. No sneaking off to the toilet (unless you genuinely need a wee…or a poo); and no quibbling over half points. But there will be prizes – and good ones too.
Did we mention the five free, world-class drinks?
So, come and slide gently onto the bar stool of drinking discovery as the Thinking Drinkers prove, once and for all, that many of life’s most important – and utterly irrelevant – questions can be found at the bottom of a glass.