Celebrate the birthday of Scotland’s national national poet, Robbie Burns with a celebration of all things Scottish at Burns Night.

Ticket to the Burns Night includes:

  • Haggis Dinner
  • Live Music
  • Poetry recital
  • British Club Bangkok Pipe Band

Burns Night is a celebration of the life and poetry of the poet, Robert Burns (25th January 1759 – 21st July 1796). He is widely regarded as the national Poet of Scotland. In 2009, STV ran a television series and public vote on who was “The Greatest Scot” of all time. Robert Burns won. Burns Nights are normally held on or near the poet’s birthday. Communities with a Scottish connection (and some with none!) mark Burns Night all over the world.

Join the global celebration at our Burns Night and experience a traditional Burns supper starring haggis, of course. Led in by a piper, the chef presents a haggis for the Address to the Haggis, a recital of Burns’ famous poem. Free-flow wine and beer are included in the cost of a ticket. Needless to say, no Burns Night would be complete without some whisky.

After the supper are short speeches, each followed by a toast. The Immortal Memory is a tribute to Robert Burns. The ‘Address to the Lassies’ and the ‘Reply to the Laddies’ give the speakers’ amusing views on the opposite sex.

Musical entertainment is provided by the British Club Bangkok Pipe Band and other local musicians and singers. Other poems by Burns may be recited; Tam O’ Shanter has featured more often than any other!