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The Pub's the Star

Do you know your fictitious pubs? 10 Questions.

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Which pub is situated in Albert Square and which “soap” is it in?

  • The Abba Trois - Brookside
  • The Budgie’s Relapse - Pobol Y Cwm
  • The Frill and Faggot - Family Affairs
  • The Queen Victoria - Eastenders

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What was the name of the local pub where two “badly behaving” men (Garry and Tony) used to go?

  • The Crown
  • The Greyhound
  • The Fairy Inn
  • The Rose and Dalek

Question 3 Photo

What was the name of the watering hole which Delboy and Rodney frequented?

  • The Bling Bling
  • The Nag’s Head
  • The Mandela Arms
  • The Obvious Syrup

Question 4 Photo

What was the name of the pub in the quaint old village of “Royston Vasey”?

  • The Hod and Chod
  • Ye Old White Tart
  • The Mason’s Arms
  • The People of Royston

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Which pub features in a long running soap and has been managed by, amongst others - Annie Walker, Bet Lynch, Alec Gilroy, Fred Elliot?

  • Rovers Return
  • The Moon and Sixpence
  • The Florizel Arms
  • The Gay Gordons

Question 6 Photo

Who plays the owner of the club which features in “Phoenix Nights”?

  • Rob Brydon
  • Jimmy Carr
  • Bill Bailey
  • Peter Kay

Question 7 Photo

In “Hitch-hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, what was the name of the pub where Arthur Dent was told by Ford Prefect that the world was ending?

  • The Horse and Horse
  • The Horse and Groom
  • The Three Buns
  • The Jockey and Carrot

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In this soap, the original village was called “Beckindale” but after a plane crash it changed it’s name to its present one. What is the name of the pub in the village?

  • The Jolly Farmers
  • The Woolpack
  • The Saracen's Head
  • The Bushel and Peck

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Which BBC TV programme, set in Ireland, featured a pub called “Fitzgerald’s” whose first landlady was “Assumpta Fitgerald”?

  • The Crying Game
  • Father Ted
  • Ballykissangel
  • The Irish RM

Question 10 Photo

In the TV programme “Heartbeat” the pub featured is called the Black Dog Inn. What is the real name of this pub, situated in the Yorkshire village of Egton Bridge?

  • The Postgate
  • The Carpenter's Arms
  • The Trackside Inn
  • The Elephant's Head