Thursday’s quiz

This is your opportunity to pose the questions.

Anyone who stumps everyone will win a large virtual bunch of daffodils.

4 Responses to Thursday’s quiz

  1. Andrei says:

    A challenge for you this week that if you solve will reveal an interesting piece of trivia

    Here is a poster for the world premier of a very well known play, one you will likely to be familiar with

    (1) Can you name the play? The Title does not correspond with the Russian title on the Poster

    (2) The Author?

    (3) The Theatre?

    (4) The city where it was performed?

    (5) And the year of this performance?

    Hints: The inspiration for this came from a post on this blog that appeared sometime within the past seven days

    In Red Cyrillic at the top you will see премьера which transcribes to prem’yera which unsurprisingly means premiere – using this you maybe able to work out some of the other printed words which will help provide some of the answers

  2. J Bloggs says:

    1) Of which country is the Daffodil the national flower?

    2) The Daffodil is the official flower of which wedding anniversary?

    3) Which Greek myth is most closely associated with the Daffodil?

    4) And then my heart with pleasure fills, And dances with the daffodils are the final lines to which poem by which poet?

    5) Which NZ charity runs “Daffodil Day”?

  3. Andrei says:

    J Bloggs

    (1) Wales

    (2) –

    (3) Echo and Narcissus – I assume you use Narcissus as a synonym for daffodil

    (4) groan I wandered lonely as a cloud by William Wordsworth. a poem that has been used to torment generations of schoolboys

    (5) Cancer NZ

  4. homepaddock says:

    The outline of the woman reminds me of Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady but I can’t link that with a recent post.

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