The Scottish are renown for many things. Kilts, whisky, bagpipes and the poet Robert Burns.
Okay so the poet Robert Burns is not quuuiiittteee the same, however Burns Night in the capital is set to be a corker
Saturday 25th January
Burns Night Gala
Glasgow International Comedy Night, with a smashing line up dominates Leicester Square Theatre for one night only.
Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Place, WC2H 7BX, 9.30pm, £15
The Real Deal
Mr. Fogg hosts a evening bagpipes, haggis and poetry readings. Great for the Scots living south of the border.
Mr Fogg’s London, 15 Bruton Lane, W1J 6JD, from 6pm, free entry
Home SIck Scots
Canary Wharfs Boisdale has an evening for home sick Scots planned, food, fun and festivities are in place to set the evening alight.
Boisdale Canary Wharf, Cabot Place, Canary Wharf, E14 4QT
Reach for the Bunting Burns Night
Eat, dance and play Scottish style with and East London setting.
The feast is hosted by handsome Scotsman and broadcaster James Morgan and features special guest Pipers, wandering Royal Rogues and scandalous Scottish poets to give you the full Burns night experience.
St John at Hackney, Lower Clapton Road, London, E5 0PD