|4th February 2021|
|7pm - 8.10pm|
|Online Event Edinburgh|
|Event organiser/part of Surgeons Hall Museums|
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How well do you know your barber from your surgeon? Join us for our live quiz, as we challenge your knowledge of medical history and all things surgical. We will include surgical instruments and specimens from our collection in our question rounds. You don’t need to be a surgeon to try your hand at our themed questions and although taking part is what counts, there will be a prize at the end.
Suitable for age 16+
This is a live online quiz held via zoom.
You are welcome to play in teams of up to 5 people but each individuals ticket must be purchased separately. If members of your team login from separate households you will be able to used the chat function on Zoom to discuss answers with your team.
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