Table Talk for Friends is the original game that started it all. Designed to be used in a wide variety of contexts, Table Talk for Friends explores the six topics of: Trivia, DNA, Journey, Soul, Planet Earth, and Big Questions.

Table Talk is a conversational game that helps you discuss challenging topics, create honest and safe communities, laugh with friends, encourage and support other people. Each of the six themes has 16 question cards in it, you can preview some of these questions below.



Sometimes life can get really serious. The discovery of a lump, the threat of losing your job or dealing with an awkward neighbour can rob you of peace and sleep and force you to take on issues that you would rather not have to deal with.

Is life a box of chocolates? What do you think? In this set of question cards we are creating space to explore the lighter side of life.


There comes a point in life when you can find yourself going to a lot of funerals. For me, one of the most poignant moments can occur during the eulogy when statements are made about a deceased friend that you never really knew: how John had played ice hockey for his national team as a teenager, or how Julie’s mum had been a nurse on the front line in the First World War and it was for that reason that she had taken up nursing. Or that Tom’s uncle was a famous footballer. What I find sad about those moments is how, in all our discussions, we had never discovered or talked about these things before. This set of questions create space for those around the table to get to know each other better.


If a film production company comissioned a film to be made of your life, what genre would it be? Would it be an action film, a romance or a horror film. Perhaps you would go for a thriller, a comedy or a low-budget B-movie. Maybe it would be something that illustrated how you lived for others, or followed your dreams, or how you overcame some overwhelming odds. 'Journey' is the title for a set of questions that explore the love and pain of life. The ups, the downs and the mundane.


Some people are deeply superstitious. They make sure they don’t walk under ladders, own several lucky charms, and are delighted when a black cat walks towards them. When they come around, Friday the 13th days are particularly bad news days. Being superstitious is part of a wider orientation to something beyond what we can touch or reason. It is that dimension where we are touched most deeply, where we know something beyond knowledge, where we encounter the sacred. This set of questions explore the world beyond what we can see and consider how it interacts with our lives each day.

Planet Earth

BBC presenter David Attenborough worked for four years on a documentary series entitled Planet Earth. having filmed in 64 countries, encountered the amazing variety of the natural world and observed some of the most inspiring and terrifying moments, it is obvious to everyone that this is an incredible planet. Perhaps, almost unbelievably this is also our home. These questions explore how we interact with the world around us and the planet beneath our feet.

Big Questions

So what do you think about global warming, abortion, or whether politicians can be trusted? Have you ever asked yourself whether all extremists are bad, or why women in some cultures seem to be worth less than men? There are hundreds of questions and issues that we can choose to ignore or have a go at figuring out. You could think that no one is gong to listen to you and that your opinion isn’t going to change anything. But, we all have a part to play in changing the world in which we live and so in this set of cards we have created space to engage with some of life’s bigger questions.