Burns Night is an annual celebration held in honour of the Scottish poet Robert Burns. It takes place on January 25th, the poet’s birthday. Robert Burns, also known as the Bard of Ayrshire, is widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland and a cultural icon.
Here are some of the places you can celebrate Burns Night this year:-
Moor Hall Hotel, Sutton Coldfield
The evening includes all that is best from the north of the border: a traditional piper to escort the haggis, a delicious four course dinner with a Scottish flavour and dancing to an authentic ceilidh band.
Saturday 20th January & Thursday 25th January 2024
Arrival time: 7pm
Shrewley Village Hall, Warwick
Burns night supper – 4 course Scottish dinner followed by traditional Ceilidh dancing with live music.
Sat Jan 27 2024 at 06:30 pm
Hinkley Function Room, Worcester
Poetry, storytelling, and meal.
Thursday 25 January 7.30
Selly Oak Methodist Church, Selly Oak
Haggis supper followed by dancing to live music from Stradivarious.
Saturday 27 January 7.00pm
The Ian Macleod Distillers Burns Supper, Edgbaston
4-course meal with Glengoyne/Tamdhu whiskies to match each course.
The evening is complete with piper, haggis, and recitals in true Scots dialect by Birmingham’s very own bon viveur extraordinaire Stuart Pemble.
Thursday 25 January – 18.00 – 23.30
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