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WEEK THREE'S TOPIC: CULTURE

QUESTION 1

Which of these is a Christian symbol?

A

CRUCIBLE

B

CREW CUT

 

C

CRUCIFIX


F

D

CROUTON

       


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QUESTION 2

Glastonbury hosts a famous music festival each year. Can you give us the six figure grid reference of Glastonbury Tor?

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QUESTION 3

Can you find this contributor to world culture?

I AM A WEAKISH SPELLER

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QUESTION 4

Put these pieces by Mozart in chronological order of when they were written:

  • Aria for Tenor, "Per pieta, non ricercate"
  • Grabmusik
  • Concerto in C for Piano, No. 8, "Lutzow"
  • Allegro in B flat for Keyboard
  • Requiem in D minor
  • Symphony in A, No. 14

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QUESTION 5

What is the link between these two pictures?

 

 

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QUESTION 6

Which universities did the following famous people attend? They didn't necessarily graduate!

  • Roger Moore
  • Mel Gibson
  • Sean Connery
  • George Clooney
  • John Cleese

 

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QUESTION 7

Can you explain why there is evidence of a tram in the grounds of St. Mary Redcliffe church.

 


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QUESTION 8

Pair up the artist and their work:

 

A

 

 

 

B

 

 

C

 

 

D

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

3

 

 

4

 

 

 

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QUESTION 9

THIS WEEK'S GUESSTION

What is the combined age of all eighteen members of the Redcliffe Challenge team (To the nearest year?)

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QUESTION 10

Name the longest running play in London's West End. How many years has it been running?

 

 

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ANSWERS

QUESTION 1

Which of these is a Christian symbol?

A

CRUCIBLE

B

CREW CUT

 

C

CRUCIFIX


F

D

CROUTON

FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE


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QUESTION 2

Glastonbury hosts a famous music festival each year. Can you give us the six figure grid reference of Glastonbury Tor?

A. 512 386

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QUESTION 3

Can you find this contributor to world culture?

I AM A WEAKISH SPELLER

A. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

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QUESTION 4

Put these pieces by Mozart in chronological order of when they were written:

  • Aria for Tenor, "Per pieta, non ricercate" - 1783
  • Grabmusik - 1767
  • Concerto in C for Piano, No. 8, "Lutzow" - 1776
  • Allegro in B flat for Keyboard - 1762
  • Requiem in D minor - 1791
  • Symphony in A, No. 14 - 1771

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QUESTION 5

What is the link between these two pictures?

 

A. QUEEN ELIZABETH I VISITED ST. MARY REDCLIFFE CHURCH AND SAID IT WAS THE FINEST CHURCH IN ALL THE LAND

 

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QUESTION 6

Which universities did the following famous people attend? They didn't necessarily graduate!

  • Roger Moore - RADA
  • Mel Gibson - NIDA SYDNEY
  • Sean Connery - ST ANDREWS/HERRIOT WATT
  • George Clooney - NORTHERN KENTUCKY
  • John Cleese - CAMBRIDGE

 

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QUESTION 7

Can you explain why there is evidence of a tram in the grounds of St. Mary Redcliffe church.

A. DURING THE WAR, A TRAM LINE WAS BOMBED AND A PIECE OF TRACK WAS THROWN THROUGH THE AIR INTO THE CHURCH GROUNDS, WHERE IT HAS REMAINED EVER SINCE.

 


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QUESTION 8

Pair up the artist and their work:

 

A

 

 

 

B

 

 

C

 

 

D

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

3

 

 

4

 

 

A. A4, B3, C2, D1

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QUESTION 9

THIS WEEK'S GUESSTION

What is the combined age of all eighteen members of the Redcliffe Challenge team (To the nearest year?)

A. 272

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QUESTION 10

Name the longest running play in London's West End. How many years has it been running?

A. THE MOUSETRAP

 

 

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