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SPICE EXCLUSIVE: Give Us A Clue Charades Game : Yorkshire


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Based on the old TV game show, Give Us a Clue; tonight we'll spend a fun hour trying to tell each other the name of a film, book, song or TV show without using words. It's not a competition and we'll make sure that everybody gets a go.

Two stage booking process: you will need to book the event here and then register on the link in the booking confirmation that you will receive by email.


Here are some of the gestures you may need to help you!

BOOK TITLE: Unfold your hands as if they were a book.

MOVIE TITLE: Pretend to crank an old-fashioned movie camera.

SONG TITLE: Pretend to sing.

TV SHOW: Draw a rectangle to outline a TV screen.

PLAY TITLE: Place both hands out, palms facing the audience and touching at the thumbs, and draw them apart like a theater curtain.


NUMBER OF WORDS IN THE CHARADE: Hold up the corresponding number of fingers.

WHICH WORD YOU ARE MIMING: Hold up the number of fingers again.

NUMBER OF SYLLABLES IN THE WORD: Lay the number of fingers on your arm.

WHICH SYLLABLE YOU ARE ON: Lay the number of fingers on your arm again.

LENGTH OF WORD: Make a “little” or “big” sign as if you were measuring a fish.

SOMEONE HAS GUESSED PART OF THE CHARADE CORRECTLY: Point at your nose with one hand.

SOUNDS LIKE OR RHYMES WITH: Pull on your earlobe.

THE ENTIRE CONCEPT: Sweep your arms through the air making big brackets.

CLOSE, KEEP GUESSING! Frantically wave your hands about to keep the guesses coming, or pretend to fan yourself, as if to say “getting hotter”.


“A” steeple index fingers together.

“I” point at your eye, or your chest.

“THE” make a “T” sign with your index fingers.

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SPICE EXCLUSIVE: Give Us A Clue Charades Game
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