It's Quiztime again, folks! 
All our questions are related in some way to the shows we have seen in 2018. Of course you won't have seen them all but they have all been advertised on our website and you can see a full list of all our 2018 shows if you click to the page HERE
Some answers will need a little investigation but you all have Google at your fingertips. Points will be awarded according to the amount of information you give us, and in case there is a tie, we have a final tie-breaker question to push someone to the winning post. 
There's an extra incentive - you could win a £20 theatre token 
to spend with us this year. 
Switch off the tv, put your feet up and your thinking-cap on, and begin remembering what was a rather special year in London's theatres.We don't expect you to know all the answers but have a go at as many questions as you can, then send us your entry. 
Answers must be forwarded to us by the end of this month and we shall announce a winner as soon as possible after that. 
Fredo and Mike
1. The best man always wins, they say. But who came unstuck in the primaries. Actor and play, please.
2. Even though they weren't in a hurry, the cast had to get their skates on! Name the show, and the theatre.
3. What made a hard man humble, and in which show?
4. It wasn't a standing ovation, but a lot of the audience were on their feet all the way through this pay. What was it and at which theatre?
5. It was rumoured Wee Thomas had come to a sticky end (and so did several others) - in which play?
6. We took our group to court for an unusual occasion - what was it?
7. She toured the world but finally, in the West End, she was, quite simply, the best? Name the show.
8. Something wonderful happened just off Regent St! What was it, and where did it take place?
9. Long Days Journey Into Night and Girl From The North Country played in nearby theatres at the same time this year. They have another (literary) connection. What is it?
10. Which actor/dramatist found himself under the weather during an important week in June?
11. Which Scottish queen and teacher lost her head (in both senses). Name the actor and who she played.
12. The West End had an exchange with a northern city this year. Who was the promenading young man who came to London and who was the reticent farmer who headed north.? Roles, actors, plays, and the city, please
13. Which two plays this year were set in the same small Irish town more than 100 years apart? Name the plays, the town and the playwright.
14. In these days of gender-swap, Bobby’s girlfriends became Bobbi’s boyfriends. Name the three earlier girlfriend roles and match them with the new boyfriend roles. And name the male actors who played each boyfriend. Yes, you may Google!
15. Which ballet did we see this year based on a Chekhov play?
16. Which playwright had the most works performed in the West End this year?
17. Which actor took part in a quiz and then enjoyed company?
18. It is based on a true story but it’s title may suggest otherwise. Name the play and the playwright, please.
19. We saw a play OnOurOwn this year which had the title of a country. Please name it.
20. And as a tiebreaker only, list as many other stage titles as you can (not just from this year) with a place name in them (real or fictional)!