The first Burns Supper was held by nine of Robert Burns’ close friends in 1801 as they came together to celebrate the life and works of Scotland’s national bard who died at the age of 37 in 1796. He achieved a lot in those short years of life composing hundreds of songs, poems and letters with most of this remarkably varied work entirely of his own inspiration.
Of course, a Burns Supper is a lot more than a reading and discussion of his works – it’s a great party and has long been a part of the London Scottish tradition. The night includes a delicious three course meal, half a bottle of wine, guest speakers and entry into a raffle with some outstanding prizes and auction.
Tickets are priced at:
Players – £40
Members – £55
Non-Members – £65
Starter – Cock-a-Leekie Soup
Main Course – Haggis, Neeps and Tatties
Desert – Cranachan
The event includes:
Contact events@londonscottish to secure your table