The Brief Story So Far

Geeks Inc is Adie and Steve, two reasonably functional adults with a background in live/club promotion and events organisation. We’ve been running niche quiz nights at The Monarch in Camden, London, since Feb 2013, including Doctor Who, Marvel and DC Comics, Breaking Bad and even Britpop. Sometimes people want to fight us, but most of the time people seem to like them. The quiz at The Monarch runs every second Monday of the month plus there’s additional ones when we feel like it / because we can.

At some point we thought we should do this properly and give this thing a name, a website, a logo and everything, hence Geeks Inc was born finally and properly in Jan 2014. Hurrah!

Hosting Geeks Inc In Your Venue

We’re looking to hook up with other venues to host our quizzes. We’ve put together quiz packs featuring our previous quizzes. You’ll get all the questions & answers (obvs) plus a poster. We’ll list the quiz on our site and in our email marketing. This offer isn’t available to London venues, sorry! Contact us for more info and pricing – hello [at]

We’re not looking to take on running regular events in any other London venues at the moment but we are available for special one-offs as part of other events, ‘corporate’ stuff, meetup nights out etc. Drop us an email for a chat – hello [at]

Game Of Thrones quiz Leeds

(Above: Over 160 people at Belgrave Music Hall’s ‘Game Of Thrones’ quiz)

And Finally…

In a box over there in the top-right you can join our mailing list to hear about quizzes when we announce them and we promise we won’t bombard you with spam.


Psych! Totally lied about the ‘finally’ bit. Here is some press we’ve had which helps validate our existence.
Londonist (Sherlock)
Time Out (Sherlock)
Dalstonist (Sherlock)
Hackney Gazette (Sherlock/Geeks Inc interview)
Leeds List (Game Of Thrones preview / Geeks Inc profile)
Broke In The Big Smoke (Joss Whedon write-up)
Londonist (May The 4th Be With You)
Jedi News (take a guess…)
Red Dwarf official website (Red Dwarf quiz. Obviously)
Londonist (‘Geeky TV Quizzes Now Officially A Thing’)
Vulture Hound (Camden Crawl write-up in which we get called “genius”, which is nice)
Metro (best geek nights in London)
Leeds List (The Wire preview)
Evening Standard (London’s Best Alternative Quizzes)
Thrillist (the best things to do in London for under £20)