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ACMI presents

Prisoner & Wentworth Trivia Night

Hosted by Tottie Goldsmith

Unclassified (15+)
Trivia night










Think you know all there is to know about H Division? Always wanted to try and defeat The Freak?

Put your knowledge to the test and join us in celebrating two of Australia's most popular shows. The evening is hosted by Tottie Goldsmith, famous for playing Gloria Payne in Prisoner, and features our Prisoner/Wentworth Brains Trust. Come by yourself and meet some new friends, or put a team together and try to prove yourselves the ultimate fans. Featuring surprise guests and amazing prizes, this is a night not to be missed for fans of both iconic series.

About the host

Tottie Goldsmith OAM is an Australian actress and singer. In the early 1980s, she acted in Australian soap operas The Young DoctorsStarting Out  and Prisoner as Gloria Payne, and Neighbours in the early 2000s. From 1986 she was one of four female lead vocalists of the Australian band the Chantoozies.


You don't need to be in a team to take part, if you would like to book a group to participate please purchase all tickets in the same booking.


Unclassified (15+)


Gallery 4, Ground Floor
ACMI, Fed Square

How to get there


Get discounted tickets, invitations to exclusive previews, and discounts in our shop and cafe bar.

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Learn more

WATCH: Saluting Wentworth
Meet the Creators @ AFTRS & ACMI, 28 Sept 2021

READ: Wentworth and Prisoner: 40 years of fandom
Maria Lewis, Stories & Ideas, 30 Dec 2020

READ: Flipping the script: Wentworth’s game-changing representation
Maria Lewis, Stories & Ideas, 9 Oct 2020


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As well as great coffee and snacks, our new restaurant features a seasonally driven menu developed by acclaimed Melbourne chef, Karen Martini.

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