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Who wants to be a Thousandaire?

Who Wants to be a Thousandaire?

On Thursday 25th May at 8.00pm

In Clontarf Castle

This major fund-raising event will provide a great night’s entertainment and nine lucky audience members will have the chance of winning €1,000 each.

We need you to come along on the night and to bring, friends, relations and neighbours with you. The more people in the Castle on the night, the better fun there will be. Tickets are €20, in books of four for €60. Contact the Rector, or one of the committee members,

Contact email;

clontarf@dublin.anglican.org

Who gets to compete for the money?

Nine names will be drawn from the among the audience members on the night. There’ll also be some fun with spot prizes.

What if I buy a ticket but can’t attend?

You can nominate someone to play for you if your ticket is drawn.

What if I’m there but don’t want to go up to answer questions?

You can nominate someone who is with you, or the committee can nominate someone to play on your behalf. All these options are available on the ticket stubs.

Are there Life Lines, like in the TV show?

Yes, contestants nominate their  Phone a Friend person who is brought to another room for that round of questions; Ask the Audience is done by a show of hands; and 50:50 knocks out 2 incorrect answers.

Where should I be on May 25?

Clontarf Castle!

Malahide Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3, Ireland. Email: info@mounttemple.ie | Telephone: +353-1-833-6984

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