Have you ever sat in front of the TV yelling in frustration at game show contestants who have the answers on the tip of their tongue but under the pressure of the occasion simply cannot spit their answers out? If so and in the comfort of your armchair you may well have felt that you could have done far better.
Well, here is your chance to prove yourself in our fun packed evening. Form a team of 6 players and compete against all the other teams of 6 present as we play out your favourite TV game shows on the big screen – Games such as CATCHPHRASE, NAME THAT TUNE, A QUESTION OF SPORT and the all-time favourite, WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE?
There will be spot prizes, incidental prizes, random prizes, runner up prizes and the overall winning team on the evening will go on to play GET THE ADS as featured on Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway to win potentially 16 prizes including the treasure chest containing cash.
The Television Game Show is being held in the Legends Room, Swindon Town Football Club, Swindon, SN1 2EB
Tickets cost £20 per person
Ploughman's Supper and a Dessert included
Fully stocked pay bar
Dress code: Elegant Casual
Doors open: 6pm for 6:45pm prompt start (Finishing 10pm approx.)
To book your tickets contact Rotarian Robert (Bob) Humphries using the contact email link below. Or telephone him on 0758 432 0727
The Television Game Show is a Rotary fund-raising event being held in aid of the Olive Tree Café, Manor Garden Centre, Swindon, SN2 2QJ. A key objective of the Olive Tree Café is to help and support people recovering from mental illness or at risk of suffering mental illness by providing them with positive, work-related opportunities in a Café open to the public towards taking them a step nearer to the world of work.
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