Burns Suppers, celebrations of the birth of the most famous Scottish poet Robert Burns born on 25th January 1759. Events take place at various venues throughout Scotland.


A Typical evening's entertainment includes:

  • A traditional meal of chicken and leek soup (cock-a-leekie soup) followed by haggis, turnips (neeps) and potatoes (tatties) and sherry trifle (tyspy laird)
  • Poetry reading and song, and of course singing of 'Auld Lang Syne'
  • Traditional Scottish music and dance.

Location: various locations throughout Scotland. Visit the official website for details.

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