Could this Be the World’s Greatest Quiz Night?

The World’s Greatest Quiz Night is a bold claim, but when you have Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond as hosts – and it’s all in aid of The Felix Project – then we’re on board

The Felix Project, a London-based charity working to reduce food waste and food poverty, is facing a real uphill struggle during the coronavirus lockdown, and each £10 ticket for The World’s Greatest Quiz Night will deliver enough food for 55 meals.

The quiz, which takes place on Friday 5 June from 7.30pm, has been written by Debatable, Impossible and Pointless TV quiz show Questions Producer, Nicholas Shearing, making the event even more extraordinary.

The Felix Project collects surplus food from supermarkets, wholesalers and other food suppliers and delivers it free of charge to charities and schools, serving people who are extremely vulnerable and living at the margins of society.

The Covid-19 outbreak has resulted in a tremendous demand for much needed food, and The Felix Project delivered food for 1.6 million meals in April alone, reaching the sick, the elderly, homeless, domestic abuse survivors, families and children, refugees and others who find they can no longer afford or find food.

The quiz takes place on Friday 5 June from 7.30pm. Tickets are £10. Click here to buy a ticket.



 

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