If you have recently watched the hit Netflix show Wednesday, you should know the name of the school Wednesday attends and the name of the evil pilgrim who led the charge against the outcasts.
These are the type of questions you can expect to answer at the upcoming Wednesday themed trivia night at Limelight Cinemas Morayfield on Wednesday, February 1.
The company has long hosted on-screen trivia nights at its Ipswich location and are excited to start them here in Moreton Bay.
Limelight Queensland Area Manager Alexis Poulsen says she likes to think creatively and provide fun and entertaining nights for residents.
“We absolutely love our special events - we’re all about thinking outside the box and providing more than just a cinema experience,” Alexis says.
“Our passion is entertainment and bringing people together to enjoy that, whether it be movies, trivia nights, pj parties, big screen gaming, karaoke, retro screenings, pizza parties, sing-alongs and more!
“At this event, guests can come along and test their Wednesday knowledge, or bring a group of friends and create a team.
“On the night we will also have themed food and drink specials available to be delivered in cinema, so you don’t miss one moment of trivia.
“Dress ups are of course encouraged with prizes for best dressed.
“Our team is excited to get creepy and kooky, mysterious and spooky for our very first trivia night.”
This will be the first of many trivia nights, with Alexis saying they also have GLEE and High School Musical trivia nights to follow.
The Wednesday trivia night will be held on Wednesday, February 1 at Limelight Cinemas Morayfield.
The event will begin at 6pm.
Pre-book your seats by phoning 5212 2712.
Limelight Cinemas Morayfield is located inside the Morayfield Shopping Centre next to the food court.
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