• The Full Brontë is a wonderfully raucous journey though the life and work of the Brontës. Our host is an excellent, uppity compère and self-proclaimed leading lady, unafraid to mock her audience, her on stage companions or indeed herself. Her sidekick, Non, provides her fair share of slapstick, and their piano playing companion has a […]

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It’s Your Round! in Cornwall

Special fundraising edition of “bloody brilliant” theatrical pub quiz – book now!

It’s Your Round!:
Friday 22nd August
The Poly at 7:00pm

Saturday 13th September
Tickets:  £6
White Hart Hotel at 7:30pm

Join quiz mistress and pub landlady Pat Pinch and her lively bar girl Liberty Belle as they take over The Poly and White Hart Hotel with live music, Northern prizes, audience participation, raffle and, of course, a few drinks!

Test your team with rounds such as:

  • How local are you? So down with your town you can almost taste it…?

  • Shots and Jumping Juke Box! Picture and music rounds – with a difference

  • Plus, a whole new take on the classic movie, literature and general knowledge rounds

Whether you’re a liver-bashing barfly or a strict abstainer; a quiz mastermind or an absolute beginner – Pat and Libby are waiting to treat you to six of the best PUB QUIZ ROUNDS EVER!

This event is a fundraiser for Scary Little Girls to help us put on a full-blown play at the magical Minack Theatre, carved into the cliffs of Cornwall.  It’s an all-female adaptation of Dracula booked for September: we’re hoping to use the Minack shows as a springboard for a national tour – but we need money to make this happen! White Hart Hotel and The Poly are helping us out by lending us their space for It’s Your Round! – all proceeds will go to SLG, so you can have fun while helping us make great theatre!

Tickets for It’s Your Round! are:
The Poly 22nd August

£7, to book go to 

St. Austell 13th September
£6, to book please contact

Everybody’s talking about Scary Little Girls – are they worth the hype? Yes!
The Independent

Performers […] are a good double act… and are very comfortable bouncing ideas off the crowd.
The Scotsman