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Ten pub quiz venues to try in Suffolk

PUBLISHED: 08:31 17 May 2018 | UPDATED: 08:31 17 May 2018

Looking to test your general knowledge at a pub quiz? There are plenty of venues to try. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO

Looking to test your general knowledge at a pub quiz? There are plenty of venues to try. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO

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Quizzes make a great night out. But the first question is to answer is, where in Suffolk can you find a good quiz night to enjoy? Here are 10 suggestions.

The Kings Head, Orford. Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL The Kings Head, Orford. Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL

The Kings Head, Orford

Monthly quiz nights are held at this traditional Suffolk pub, with a prize for the winners, who also set the next quiz!

The next quiz event will be held on May 6 at 8pm. For more details about the pub, see the website.

The Moon and Mushroom pub in Swilland. Picture: PHIL MORLEY The Moon and Mushroom pub in Swilland. Picture: PHIL MORLEY

The Moon and Mushroom, Swilland

A big quiz is held on the first Wednesday of every month at the historic village inn, with quiz master Dave.

There are cash prizes to be won and a buffet is provided. For more, visit the website.

The Woolpack , Ipswich. Picture: LUCY TAYLOR The Woolpack , Ipswich. Picture: LUCY TAYLOR

The Woolpack, Ipswich

This Ipswich pub holds quiz events in aid of charity. Its next event will be held on Sunday, May 13 in aid of Anglia Care Trust.

Call into the pub or call them on 01473 215862 to book a spot. See the pub website here.

Revolution in Ipswich. Picture: LUCY TAYLOR Revolution in Ipswich. Picture: LUCY TAYLOR

Revolution, Ipswich

If you’re looking for a weekly quiz, Revolution holds its interactive iQuiz every Monday. The quiz starts at 8pm weekly.

You need to book in advance to be sure of a place for this one. For more details, see the website.

Enjoying a beer is part of the pub quiz atmosphere. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO Enjoying a beer is part of the pub quiz atmosphere. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO

The Bear Inn, Beyton

This country pub near Bury St Edmunds has a Monday night quiz every two weeks,

Teams of four can enter, with a few nibbles provided. All proceeds go to charity. For more details, visit the website.

The Steamboat Tavern in Ipswich. Picture: SIMON PARKER The Steamboat Tavern in Ipswich. Picture: SIMON PARKER

The Steamboat Tavern, Ipswich

A fortnightly fun quiz is held on Tuesdays at this Ipswich pub, with prizes to be won. You are advised to arrive early to register your team.

For more details, visit the pub’s Facebook page.

The Butley Oyster. Picture: GREGG BROWN The Butley Oyster. Picture: GREGG BROWN

The Oyster Inn, Butley

There’s a chance to enjoy a quiz in a village setting once a month at this pub near Woodbridge. Teams of up to six can enter.

the quiz is held on the third Thursday of each month. For more details, see the website.

Pub quizzes are an enjoyable social occasion. Picture: GETTY IMAGES Pub quizzes are an enjoyable social occasion. Picture: GETTY IMAGES

The Turks Head, Hasketon

Occasional combined quiz and supper nights are held at this pub near Woodbridge, with teams of four to six people.

There are voucher prizes to be won. The next event is on Wednesday, April 25. For full details, visit the website.

The Royal George Pub in Ipswich. Picture: SU ANDERSON The Royal George Pub in Ipswich. Picture: SU ANDERSON

The Royal George, Ipswich

A weekly quiz is held at this popular dining pub in Colchester Road,

Quizzes are held every Thursday from 9pm. To find out more about the pub, visit its Facebook page.

The Rushbrooke Arms in Sicklesmere. Picture: PHIL MORLEY The Rushbrooke Arms in Sicklesmere. Picture: PHIL MORLEY

Rushbrooke Arms, Sicklesmere

Thursday night is quiz night every week at this historic thatched pub just outside Bury St Edmunds.

The quiz starts at 7.30pm weekly. For more details about the pub, see its website.

These are just a selection of the pubs in the area holding quiz nights. If your local holds quizzes but hasn’t been included here, email us to have it added to the list. Also, quizzes can fill up quickly and may be rearranged or cancelled, so it is advisable to contact your chosen pub before making a special trip.

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