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‘Some pub quizzes are very serious affairs with quasi-professional teams who can be very competitive. Personally, I think it should be a fun night out. Thankfully, 14 years of performing comedy and ten years of running Comedy Camp means I’m well practiced at adding humour to the proceedings.’ ‘I went to one pub quiz where there were so many questions and only a five-minute interval, so my friends and I never had a chance to chat and catch up. It was actually quite stressful. Remember, it’s a night out where people want to socialise too! Pace yourself. That way, people can socialise and chat, making it more relaxing for everyone.’ ‘The great thing about a good pub quiz is how involved people get. They might arrive as strangers, but they can soon end up chatting and laughing with each other. Part of the host’s job is to help create a happy, friendly, competitive atmosphere.’ ‘At Quiz Camp, I encourage banter with the contestants. It’s not “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” Some people take it too seriously. Remind them of the prize fund. If contestants are putting £1 each into the prize pot, there’s not exactly £1 million at stake!’ ‘The smartphone age creates new challenges. I like to share responsibility for monitoring this with the contestants and have a unique way of dealing with it. What is it? You’ll just have to come to Quiz Camp and find out!’