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Script to Screen’s Quiz Night…

The Writer’s Room presents:
Script to Screen’s Quiz Night…
Film geeks come hither to celebrate the end of 2008…

Nick Ward and Kathryn Burnett will lead us in an uproarious night of writerly questions and film fanaticism. With Stella to be drunk, spot prizes to be won and live music to be performed by Honey Bunny from the Lemon Honeys.

So gather together your team of up to six contestants or come along and join one of our Writer’s Room teams on the night and be in to win our grand cash prize.

Tuesday the 25th of November
The Classic, 321 Queen Street
7pm arrival, 7.30 kick off


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