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Gavin Spokes and Stephanie Street of Quiz

Gavin Spokes and Stephanie Street of Quiz

Watch: Quizzing Quiz

Carly-Ann Clements

By Carly-Ann Clements First Published 18 April 2018, Last Updated 19 April 2018

Everyone secretly wants to go on a game show. And though actors Gavin Spokes and Stephanie Street artfully act like they’re on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? in James Graham’s new play Quiz, they don’t really get the full experience.

Until now. We went down to test their real quiz skills with a game show decathlon… well kind of. We pit Gavin and Stephanie against each other in a game of Family Fortunes, Catchphrase, The Generation Game and Countdown. Who won? You’ll have to watch to find out.

Disclaimer: cheating was not encouraged (though permitted) during filming.


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Which Quiz cast member is the quizziest?

…but who REALLY wants to be a millionaire??! We ❓quizzed❓ Gavin Spokes & Stephanie Street who play Charles and Diana Ingram in QUIZ, a new play by James Graham Quiz tix here 👇goo.gl/GRwnT4

Posted by Official London Theatre on Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Following on from the successes of Labour Of Love and Ink, Quiz marks a remarkable recent West End hat-trick for Graham.

Director Daniel Evans’ production also marks the second London transfer for Chichester Festival Theatre – and the first to the West End – under the tenure of Evans as Artistic Director and Rachel Tackley as Executive Director.

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