The July edition of ‘In the Ballroom’, the social gathering over afternoon tea at the Court House, enjoyed an illustrated presentation about a wide range of ‘Curiosities’ by Graham Sutherland, the local historian and author.
Graham had stepped into the breach after the planned speaker had dropped out. Graham was able to show a small part of his his huge collection of photographs of buildings, statues, artefacts and other curious items he has noticed during his travels at home and abroad.
After the tea and cake, the guests had to use their brain-cells in a quick quiz of curiosities and riddles. Two teams of four guests tied for the first prize with an impressive 11 out of 12 score. Here is a link to the quiz. How many can you get right? In the Ballroom Quiz – Curiosities If you are stuck for an answer, email email@example.com
The next ‘In the Ballroom’ gathering will be at 2pm on August 2nd, with an afternoon of table-top games and another quiz. These social gathering with a talk or activity and tea and cake will continue on the first Thursday of each month until the end of the year. A programme for 2019 will be published soon.
‘In the Ballroom’ is organised by Unlocking Warwick on behalf of Warwick Town Council. It costs just £2 to attend, and is a chance to meet new people in an informal and enjoyable atmosphere in the lovely Regency Ballroom in the Jury Street Court House.