What's OnQuiz Time at Joshua's Tavern
Get your trivia brains fired up and head down to Joshua's Tavern on Wednesday, March 22nd at 7 pm sharp.
- Dates 22/03/2023
- Location Joshua’s Tavern, Leicester Square, London, UK
- Price £5
Reckon you've got what it takes to win The Joshua's Taverns quiz?
For a mere £5 per person, with a maximum team size of 6, you can put your knowledge to the test and see if you have what it takes to emerge victorious.
As you step inside, you'll be transported back in time with the tavern's 18th-century-inspired interior, paying homage to the legendary artist Sir Joshua Reynolds, who once called Leicester Square his home.
To fuel you through, choose from a variety of terroir-led gins, Gintonicas, and a refreshing draught beer selection.
So mark your calendars and get ready to put your skills to the test on the following dates this year:
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Leicester square has been home to a number of historical figures. Statues of William Hogarth, Sir Joshua Reynolds, John Hunter and Sir Isaac Newton have all featured in the gardens, which at the centre, permanently showcases William Shakespeare.