The Not-So-Traditional Burns Supper

  • This article has been written with the support of Burns&Beyond.
  • 4 November 2019
The Not-So-Traditional Burns Supper

Burns&Beyond present a night of comedy, live music and delicious food and drink

Following last year's sell-out event, the Not-So-Traditional Burns Supper is back for another raucous night of comedy, live music and delicious food and drink. Last year, comedian Scott Gibson hosted proceedings with live music from the Nevis Ensemble, toasts tae the Lads and Lassies, an energetic ceilidh and spectacular food from the award-winning Urban Angel, plus a dram or two from Johnnie Walker.

The Not-So-Traditional Burns Supper

This year's event will see Gibson returning to the helm as he welcomes special guests, a few surprises and a ceilidh finale from the incredible Kilter Ceilidh Band. Revellers will be greeted with a Burns&Beyond Johnnie Walker cocktail on arrival before tucking into a delicious three-course meal. Not for the faint hearted or easily offended …

Freemasons' Hall, 96 George Street, Fri 24 Jan, 7.30–11.30pm. Tickets: £50 (inc. fees), over 18s only

The Not-So-Traditional Burns Supper

Raise a dram to the Ploughman Poet at this vibrant evening of live music, comedy and dancing, as well as plenty of food and drink.

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