A storm in the UK has left dozens of people trapped in a high-altitude pub since Friday night.
Storm Arwen brought snow and downed powerlines, which cut off the Tan Hill Inn in Yorkshire.
Those stuck have used quizzes, board games, and movies to stay entertained, the BBC reported.
Dozens of people have been stuck in a pub in England since Friday after they became snowed in.
Patrons thought they'd be able to head home from the Tan Hill Inn after watching a show by an Oasis tribute band called "Noasis" on Friday evening.
When Storm Arwen brought heavy snow and downed power lines on the roads out of the pub, however, the attendees and pub staff were stuck, the BBC reported.
The guests have been stranded at the pub — the highest in Britain, sitting atop a 1,732 foot hill in the Yorkshire Dales — ever since.
People have been sleeping in the pub lounge, and have run activities like quizzes, board games, and movie nights to stay entertained, the BBC reported.
The pub shared footage of karaoke on its Facebook page:
Nicola Townsend, the pub's manager, told the BBC on Sunday that despite being stuck, people were having fun and some don't want to leave when they're able to.
"It's just been a lovely and everyone is in really good spirits," she said.
"They've formed quite a friendship, like a big family is the best way I can describe it.
"One lady actually said, 'I don't want to leave.'"
She said on Sunday that 61 people had been there since Friday.
She then told ITV's "This Morning" TV program on Monday that the number had fallen around 50 as some people started to make their way home after snowplows came to the area.
Noasis said on its Facebook page on Saturday that it was "stranded" and had to cancel its next concert as it was "snowed in at the venue after last night's gig at The Tan Hill Inn."
The band said on Monday that they were still at the pub.
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