Mangina Jones & Project Arts Centre

Special Event

The Project Quiz Night #2

Dates: 24 Aug - 24 Aug

Show Time: 8pm

Tickets: €40 (for a team of 4)

It’s back! Get your geek on for a great cause with the Project Quiz Night #2.

Due to popular demand we’re bringing back the Project Table Quiz – Join us in the bar this August for a fun and fabulous table quiz hosted by the magnificent Mangina Jones.

Entry €40 for a team of 4, so grab your three smartest mates and join us for a fun packed night of general knowledge, great craic, and even greater raffle prizes, all topped off with a sprinkling of glitter. Our tables sold out very quickly last month so book early to avoid disappointment!

Doors 8pm, quiz starts 8.30pm

Project Arts Centre has been supporting brave, creative and amazing artists since 1966. All proceeds raised on the night will go directly to our work supporting artists.

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