A chance to don your glad rags and toast Scotland’s bard in style, amid the strikingly sumptuous surroundings of Kelvingrove. A gourmet musical menu with much loved exponents of Burns Song, Fiona Hunter and Sean Gray amongst other special guests will be hotting up the evening. Your ticket also includes a traditional supper of haggis, neeps and tatties followed by cranachan, with a glass of wine and of course a dram from the home of Burns himself, Lochlea. Burns called Lochlea his home throughout his formative years, from 1777 until his father’s death in 1784. We’re delighted to partner with Lochlea whisky for this special evening.
In association with Lochlea whisky
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