Quiz Nights in Manchester
Manchester quiz nights are a great way to get together with friends to stretch your brain cells and show off your obscure fact knowledge and/or sporting trivia prowess over a drink or two. In this city, you can find quizzes of all shapes, sizes and difficulties across the city, in pubs, bars and more besides. Read on to find out more about some of the best and brightest pub quiz nights in Manchester.
Last updated on 12th February 2018
Looking for a fun-filled quiz night on a Tuesday in Manchester? Well lookie here, we have just that. Join the cocktails and cool industrial vibes every Tuesday night as their pencils down quiz promises a roster of hilarious themed rounds, brain churning questions and more. It's £1 entry - and there's a round of drinks on offer for the best team name.
Pen and Pencil are inviting you round to their quiz night, with four rounds ranging from film to a special ‘wildcard’ round, and the winner takes a cash prize. There’s a round of free drinks for the best team name too!
It’s no-nonsense, all-action fun at Sam’s Chop House. At this Manchester quiz night, pay £1, start at 6.30pm and get stuck into quick-fire rounds every Tuesday. You can win bar tabs (and some booby prizes), and you can drink beer and eat pub grub while you’re at it.
Kosmonaut is the place to put your weird and wonderful knowledge to the test. Ranging from a Peep Show quiz to 90s Nickelodeon, dig deep into the troughs of your knowledge and you can win prizes like a £100 bar tab!
Thursday nights are quiz nights at this fun Manchester bar. Apotheca is a quirky sort so you can expect their quiz offering to be the same, with weird prizes, an enigmatic host and good times all round.
Join The Banyan Tree for a quiz night with a difference every Monday night in Manchester. Not only testing those hardened noggins with a selection of themed rounds, there's a roster of curries on offer that are sure to wet your quiz night appetite.
It's one of the most unique bars in the city with an ever changing roster of independent art, so you can only expect that Common would regularly change their quiz theme. From Wes Anderson to Ru Paul, join them every Wednesday night in Manchester for a quiz night to remember.