Get your colleagues together and enter the 2019 Brain of Bath.
Venue: The Assembly Rooms
A brilliant corporate evening to entertain clients, reward staff or simply enjoy a good night out and your chance to be crowned the Brain of Bath.
Julian House always tries to have an interesting quizmaster/mistress in the chair. Previous luminaries have included Stephanie Cole, Jonathan Dimbleby, Phil de Glanville, Roger Cook, Ali Vowles and Monty Python’s Terry Jones.
The Assembly Rooms is a fantastic venue and the light supper which is served by Searcy’s is always very well received. Up to 25 teams of 10 will participate, covering a wide range of business sectors from across the area.
Since its launch the Brain of Bath quiz night has become a popular fixture in the B&NES corporate calendar, raising over £200,000. The scale and quality of the event means that it stands out as good opportunity for businesses to entertain clients, reward staff or simply enjoy a good night out. At the same time they are making a meaningful contribution towards alleviating a complex social problem. The inaugural Brain of Bath quiz night in 1999 was the brainchild of a small group of Bath businessmen. They were concerned about the problem of homelessness. It had three main objectives: to raise funds for Bath’s main local homeless charity (Julian House), raise awareness of the difficult social issues surrounding homelessness and provide support for a dedicated research project at the University of Bath.
Each team can have a maximum of ten people and entry is £480 entry per team.
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