Question of Sport Manchester
The 2021 Manchester Question of Sport event will be held on the Thursday 28th October at Manchester City Etihad Stadium.
The KidsOut Question of Sport provides a great evening of entertainment, networking and friendly competition.
Take a table and your team will compete to win trophies and special prizes in a fully interactive sports quiz based on the popular TV show, with proceeds going directly to help disadvantaged children in and around the Manchester area.
Opening with a champagne reception, you’ll have plenty of time to network and catch up with friends before and during the games. Between courses of the gourmet meal, guests can participate in a range of quiz rounds, including “Guess the Mystery Sportsperson” and “What Happened Next?”, engaging everyone from a novice to the sports expert. Each table competes as a well-known UK or European football team, wearing the club’s scarves and monitoring its position in the “league table” according to the quiz results.
Whether you invite clients, prospect suppliers or colleagues, everyone is guaranteed to have an exciting evening of camaraderie and friendly competition.
It couldn’t be easier to book your table, simply choose your type of table and reserve your place now. Have questions? Contact us directly on 01525 243 219 or email email@example.com.
KidsOut Manchester Committee members
Kevin Hindley (Chairman)
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