Burns Night

A Truly Authentic Burns Night in Bournemouth

Robert Burns

Interested in trying out a truly authentic Burns

Night ????… Then come and join us in January 2022 for just that!

You’ll hear the sound of the pipes as kilts swirl and Scottish tartans come to the fore….. and you’ll never forget your first taste of haggis!

Also you can try a touch of easy Scottish Country dancing and hear a bit about Robert Burns. 

The 263rd anniversary of the birth of Scotland’s National Poet Robert Burns is being celebrated with a Dinner in authentic style.

We have planned a truly entertaining and remarkable night at the Society’s Scottish Hall and ALL are invited.

We have organised this annual event for 115 years and really know how to celebrate Burns.

Many hotels offer a Burns Night which consists of a meal and possibly a piper but not much more. With us you get the whole Scottish package.

So come and let yourself be immersed in the traditions of a Burns Night and experience the flavour of Scotland for a few hours.

What to expect

Former President Charles Robertson “addressing the haggis”

The Piping In – hear the sounds of the pipes as the delicious haggis arrives and is addressed.  The dramatic plunging of a skein dhu (knife) into the haggis with a formal Scottish address

The Meal —  including traditional and delicious haggis with neeps (turnip) and tatties (potatoes).

The Main Speech of the Evening —  ‘The Immortal Memory’ will provide an insight into the life of Robert Burns.

Toast to the Lassies – A light hearted speech celebrating the Lassies.

Reply to the Laddies – The Lassies response. Scottish songs. Bagpiping – our own Piper will play during the evening.

To Finish – Easy Scottish and English dancing that you will love

When: Thursday 27 January 2022 at 6.30pm for 7pm

Where: The Scottish Hall 80 Shelbourne Road Bournemouth BH8 8QZ

Tickets: Tickets are £22 and need to be purchased in advance from Robin Searle:

E: robin.marion@btinternet.com T: 01425 477813

This is a Black Tie Event