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: Who likes a good old-fashioned pub quiz?
Answer: We do!!!

This is no ordinary pub quiz though, this is Britain’s toughest pub quiz, held every Tuesday at the Prince of Wales, Highgate. There is nothing more satisfying than the feeling of the penny dropping as the answer comes to you, dueling in with the team next to you for the honour and glory of been crowned the winners.

The Prince of Wales has no regular quiz master, instead the microphone is open to anyone who wants to host. We’re not going to lie the questions are tough as each host aims to write the perfect question, one that can be worked out logically, remains on the tip of your tongue; one that is difficult but is tantalisingly close. A quiz that is too easy is as much of a crime as a quiz that is too difficult, a good quiz should have a wide spread of scores where no one gets everything right and no one gets everything wrong.

The Prince of Wales is an old-school pub, its quaint interiors give the illusion of being in a country village, far away from urban London. The bar offers the usual selection of ciders and lagers but it’s the real ale that sets this pub apart, serving at least four guest beers each week. Plus it knocks out up some pretty decent Thai food.

The quiz has 4 rounds with 10 questions, a bonus round for free drinks and a raffle for the chance to answer a question to win £1,000. For too long, pubs have been taking our money, and now it’s our turn to take some back!

Every Tuesday 9pm
Prince of Wales, 53 Highgate High Street, N6