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It’s Your Round -Scary Little Girls

Event date: 5th June
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Redruth Library, Alma Place
Scary Little Girls,


Originally commissioned by Creative Arts East and Cornerstone, Didcot, It’s Your Round -Scary Little Girls brings you the best of modern cabaret comedy and a traditional pub quiz. Join Quiz Mistress and Pub Landlady PAT PINCH as she takes over your local with live music, prizes, audience participation and, of course, a few drinks!

Test your team with rounds such as:

– How local are you? So down with your town you can almost taste it…?

– Jumping Juke Box! Movie and music rounds – with a difference.

– Plus general knowledge, photo and bonus rounds!

Whether you’re a liver-bashing barfly or a strict abstainer, a quiz mastermind or an absolute beginner, PAT is waiting to treat you to six of the best pub quiz rounds EVER!

Scary Little Girls specialise in presenting intelligent entertainment in a totally accessible format – expect our unique take on the picture and music rounds and enjoy the literature, movie & general knowledge rounds coming to life in a way never before seen in a pub quiz!

Fast and funny…cleverly written, with strong performances from the two-woman-cast throughout…comical beyond belief and sprinkled with hilarious musical interludes.‘ Oxford Times

Scary Little Girls… stars of rural touring!” Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

Grab your tickets here!

Doors open: 7pm

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Tickets in advance:
Standard: £8

Tickets may be purchased online 24/7 through the ‘Buy Tickets’ button on this page, or by calling 01209 312505 (Monday – Friday, 10am – 3pm)


Civic Centre, Alma Place, Redruth, TR15 2DA

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