Just because we're still in lockdown, doesn't mean we can't have any fun! Join Tiger's Milk in Bryanston and Quiz Nights SA for a fun night out complete with a social distancing general knowledge quiz and a sweet 2-for-1 pizza deal, along with all the stringent measures and protocols necessary to ensure your safety! Quiz Nights SA has come up with an online answering sheet which can be accessed from the quiz night entrant's mobile phone and Tiger's Milk have put social distancing measures in place to ensure that the event is well organised and that no one is at risk. So book your spot, pull in and have a fun night out.
Every Wednesday from 18:00. Booking is essential.
Tiger's Milk Bryanston, Shop 1, Riverside Junction, 63 St James Crescent, Bryanston, Sandton, Johannesburg.
R30 entrance per person.
Please note: bookings is essential. To book your spot, call Tiger's Milk Bryanston on 010 286 0105 or email [email protected].
For more information on Tiger's Milk Bryanston and their quiz nights, visit their Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest events, news and offers.
OMG Quiz Nights is taking fun and family-friendly Tuesday night pub quizzes ONLINE via Zoom.us. Their quiz hosts will screen share their pub quiz slide show and you will submit your answers to the answers bots in a private chat. You can play as an individual OR in a team in your household or with your friends / family in other households.
This will be a general knowledge themed quiz, so brush up on your history, sport, music and science trivia! OMG Quiz Nights highly recommend logging into the quiz via a laptop or desktop, as it is easier to have the chat bar open while watching the slide show. For the month of June, they'll begin a new league - winners of the league can win a R500 cash prize!
Every Tuesday night at 19:00.
Online via a Zoom link provided by OMG Quiz Nights. Details will be shared with those who RSVP on Tuesday afternoon.
R20 per login to join the online quiz. This money helps pay the team who works hard on marking and putting these quizzes together each week.
Ensure you book your spot ASAP, as they're limiting the amount of entries. Book via Quicket.
For more information about this event, visit their Facebook event page.
Please note: Online events are subject to be postponed, cancelled or changed at any given time. Please visit their social platforms to stay informed of these changes and their announcements.
Looking to show off your trivia prowess at a quiz night with your mates? Then make sure you check out QuizWizz Productions, who offers regular and social quiz nights throughout the city. These quiz nights take place at great restaurants and pubs in Johannesburg, such as The Brazen Head in Sandton, Hash Tag in Illovo, the Jolly Roger in Parkhurst, Jeppe Quondam in Bedfordview and Calisto's in Gillview. Click here to view their calendar below for upcoming quizzes. Booking is essential, so make sure you call Larry Benjamin on 082 888 5355.
Combine beer and general knowledge battles and what do you get? Quiz nights at Beerhouse Fourways! At least once a month, Beerhouse Fourways hosts a themed quiz night (think Game of Thrones, How I Met Your Mother, Chick Flick and Marvel Comics pub quizzes). The topic varies every month, so surely you'll come across a Beerhouse Quiz Night that's right up your alley. Make sure you follow them on Facebook to keep up-to-date with their upcoming quiz nights.
Looking for a quiz night near you? Then make sure you visit Quiz Nights SA on Facebook. They have loads of quiz nights lined up! And the quiz nights run at select venues all over the city, from Sandton, Parkview and Bryanston to Centurion and Hazelwood, and focus on various and interesting topics. A few topics coming up include Harry Potter, football and GoT. These quizzes link with Beerhouse Fourways above.
The Dunkeld Bowls Club will be starting a brand-new quiz night series from March 2020. Every second Thursday evening at the Dunkeld Bowls Club, you and your mates can wind down, have a few drinks and enjoy some friendly competition at this quiz night. There are big prizes up for grabs at the end of the series, so be sure to brush up on your general knowledge to stand the chance of winning.
If you happen to be in this neck of the Jozi woods, then why not wind down after a long day at the office with a beer or two, your mates, some good grub and flexing your brain with Sheena's Pub Quiz Night. The evening will be hosted by Dave Mawdsley every Wednesday night from 19:00. This is the perfect opportunity to show off all of your trivia knowledge while meeting other quiz-happy folk. This quiz series will end on 26 February 2020.
Sure, their quiz nights only take place four times a year, but they're well worth the wait and anticipation, especially if you're a quiz champ! This evening of brainteasers, puzzles and trivia is hosted by quizmaster, Themba Robin, who spends months gathering information and compiling the most difficult questions to create a gruelling, brain stretching and challenging trivial event fit for the most clued-up minds. The quiz takes place at the Rand Club and entrance fee doesn't only include the ultimate quiz experience, but also supper! Your brain is going to need all the fuel it can get.
Though the grown-up instinct as an adult or caregiver would be to get a child a colouring book and some crayons, try out finger painting instead. The messy and unlimitedness of it all is great fun - not only for the child but for yourself too, should you get involved.
Finger painting allows kids' imaginations to run wild and free, expressing themselves and satisfying their curiosity without any bounds. Finger painting has also been proven to be therapeutic for adults, making the activity all that more beneficial for all ages!
Everybody loves music and dancing! And you'll find the younger children are less shy to express that love with some vibrant music. Freeze! is a fun way not only to get the little ones' blood pumping, releasing happy hormones and expressing themselves physically, but it comes with a little challenge.
When the music stops, the children should freeze in whatever position they are in, no mater how awkward or strange. To add more of a challenge, you can make a rule that the freeze position should be in a specific shape, animal, letter or even yoga position. The child to hold the freeze position longest wins!
There is so much pleasure for children, and anyone really, to figure out clues and find hidden objects. This is what makes treasure hunts so much fun, especially if there is a prize at the end or an accumulation of prizes with every clue figured out and hidden object found.
Clues can be written in riddles and creative language to make the hunt all that more fun and challenging. Accumulation of prizes with every clue figured out could be like pieces of Mr Potato Head hidden in different places with the body/potato itself being the grand prize/last clue to uncover. But you can really play around with how you structure your treasure hunt to get the most out of it!
Most of us remember Simon Says from when we were younglings at pre-school and early primary school. Having been passed down from many generations before, this game has become a traditional favourite for many.
Usually the adult or caretaker present is Simon while the kids gather in a circle or in parallel lines in front of Simon. Commands or actions illustrated and given starting with the phrase 'Simon says' should be copied by the players. For example, "Simon says: lift your right leg". Commands given without the phrase 'Simon says' should not be done. Players that do them anyway are eliminated from the game. The remaining player and winner has the chance to be the next Simon!
Testing each other's general knowledge is always a fun way to learn more about the world and share our own knowledge with others. The general knowledge game specifically focuses on the alphabet and vocabulary.
Players sit in a circle with a piece of paper and pen. An extra paper with letters of the alphabet scattered is placed in the centre. Each player has a chance to cover their eyes and circle a letter. Then, 60 seconds should be given for all players to name different objects that start with that letter categorised in different sections such as names, cars, colours, cities, and so on - categories you choose to put down will determine the challenge level of the game and all the while test general knowledge skills based on vocabulary. Each existing word or object written equates to 10 points. A dictionary can come in handy here for the scorekeeper. The player with most points wins!
What are some of the fun activities you do with your kids? Let us know!
By Cleopatra Shava