Our own very special version of the popular TV show!

Tuesday 16th February

7.00pm 

(room opens 6.45pm; should finish by 8.30pm)

on Zoom  

for York and Erlangen Rotary members, partners - and Friends of York Rotary

SOCIAL EVENT - no charge - bring your own pancakes if you wish!  

More information

Most people are familiar with the BBC Game show

"Would I Lie to You?"   

which has been running since 2007 and is airing currently on Friday evenings at 9pm (BBC1) *. 

Well, we now have our own version!..

"Would a Rotarian Lie to You?"

This will follow a (vaguely) similar format to the TV show, with one of our Rotarians making a statement and one team being able to ask questions to ascertain whether this is the truth or a lie.

ALL teams will then be able to chat amongst themselves and decide whether it's true or not.   As the evening progresses, all  teams' success in getting the correct answers (Truth or Lie) will be recorded and the most successful team will win!

We'll also have a "This is my..." round with a mystery guest!

The date is Tuesday 16th February at 7.00pm prompt

On the night the ‘Truth or Lie Zoom Room’ will be open from 6.45pm - please note this is NOT the regular Club meeting zoom-room.

 

As it's on Pancake Day, you may wish to enjoy your very own pancake during the evening,  however this is not a "foodie" evening, it's just a fun game show...

Warning.. you may be lied to by Rotarians.

Four-way test worries?  - we got it covered...!!

mock RI certificate.jpg

click to view

Signing Up

 

YOU MUST PRE-BOOK A "SPOT" (i.e. a screen )  IN ADVANCE (by Feb 14th) so we can plan the zoom details.

SIMPLY COMPLETE THE FORM HERE

 

.... or Email Brian Joscelyne to book a place / places.

       brianj@yorkrotary.co.uk

We'll then send you more information and the Zoom link.

Places are limited for this event, so please sign up early.  When we are full, we will announce this on this page - but will take bookings for a "standby list" after that.

Everyone will be playing in teams, so there will be time to chat and socialise as well as enjoying the game.

NOTE:  The "storytellers" have been selected in advance, so you do NOT need to worry that you may be called upon to tell any stories yourself..   your role will be more detective than liar!

* If you've never seen the BBC show, take a look at this YouTube video of extracts from a recent series....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-QEjSDtOdM