The Frontline Club Quiz – March 2015
The Club Quiz returns in March with quizmasters Caroline Johns and Dr Keith Surridge. They have prepared questions that will test your knowledge and live up to the reputation of being billed as one of ‘the hardest quizzes in London’.
Use this great excuse to get your friends together and explore the members’ Clubroom with it’s fascinating history and displays of memorabilia.
Teams can consist of up to six people, and there will be five rounds of 10 questions. The entry cost is £5 per person, with all money raised going to the Frontline Fund, assisting families of fixers around the world killed or injured while working with the international media.
As one of our prizes, you can win three pairs of tickets* to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum. From intimate portraits to unique behaviour, and atmospheric wildernesses to challenging documentary, Wildlife Photographer of the Year offers an unparalleled insight into the diversity, beauty and importance of the natural world.
Get a team together and if you’re lucky you could be going home with some top prizes!
*The tickets are valid until 30 August 2015. Prize cannot be exchanged for cash. Open to UK residents over the age of 18 only. Tickets are subject to availability. Promoter reserves the right to exchange the prize for one of equal or greater value. Wildlife Photographer of the Year is co-owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide Image credit: Sailing by © Matthew Smith
Caroline Johns is a reformed historian, having given up her PhD when the roof of her garret caved in and the novelty of penury wore off. She left the hallowed groves of academe (lecturing on the BA Journalism course at City University) to cross to ‘the dark side’ that is the private sector and now works for Deloitte as speechwriter to the UK CEO and chief of staff to the global chairman.
Dr Keith Surridge is a history lecturer in several American college programmes in London. He is the co-author of The Boer War (with Denis Judd), which, if you look hard, may even still be available in some good book shops.