Burns Night returns this week on the 25th January and we fully expect to get our fill of whisky, haggis and poetry readings.
With so many places to visit and so much to do in London we’ve compiled our favourite 5 Burns Night events coming up. How will you celebrate Burns Ceilidh Night this Friday?
The Old Frizzle
Celebrate the legendary poet Robert Burns legacy with a wee dram of whiskey at The Old Frizzle this Friday. Perhaps you’ll even feel tempted enough to take a bite out of their specially created moreish bacon and haggis Scotch egg.
The Old Frizzle, 74-78 The Broadway, Wimbledon, SW19 1RQ (Enquire with the pub about reservations.)
Burns Night Supper
Escape the city this Burns Night at The Holborn Dining Room’s woodland-esque space aptly named The Glenlivet Glade for a three-course Scottish feast. There’ll even be a sommelier on hand to give you an insight into the iconic Scottish spirit.
The Holborn Dining Room, 252 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7EN (From 7 pm)
Burns Night at Roast
Roast, in London Bridge, is holding an exclusive event in honour of the poet where guests will be welcomed with a special Bobby Burns cocktail, a 5-course meal and whisky pairings to see the night out in style.
Roast, The Floral Hall, Stoney Street, SE1 1TL (From 6.30 pm till 10 pm)
Braveheart at The Ship
Celebrate Burns Night a little differently as The Ship, Wandsworth invites you all to pipe down, grab a warm throw and sip on their Winter Warmer whilst you enjoy a special screening of Braveheart in their pop-up outdoor cinema.
The Ship, 41 Jews Road, Wandsworth, London, SW18 1TB (7.30 pm to 10.30 pm)
The Writer’s Room Exclusive
68 and Boston is the perfect location to enjoy a sip of Whisky and commemorate the legendary Robert Burns. Immerse yourself in a jam-packed weekend, where guests will get exclusive access to the Writer’s Bar upstairs.
68 and Boston, 4-5 Greek Street, W1D 4DD (25th and 26th January, from 7 pm to 10 pm)