To celebrate the 200th TWQ (The Weekend Question....actually this should have been last week!), we ask the same question I asked on the first and 100th TWQ.
Name a group of dinner guests you would invite to a party, alive or dead, fact or fiction and say why. Make them a good mix for a lively group. List as many as you wish, but about five is right.
My answers are:
1: David Niven: a noted raconteur and wit.
2: Oscar Wilde: a playwright with a cutting wit.
3: John Watson: ideal to talk about Sherlock Holmes and his adventures.
4: Virginia Woolf: her books and lifestyle are worth hearing about.
5: Elizabeth Bennett: one of the most recognisable figures in English literature. She would have a lot to tell.
Now it's over to you...