What is Burns Night?
Burns Night, also referred to as a ‘Burns Supper’ is a celebration of the life and work of Robert Burns; the famous author of many Scots poems. Roberts Burns was born on 25th January, and so Burns Night is usually celebrated on or near to that date. The first Burns Supper, however, was celebrated at Burns Cottage, on the 21st July, 1801 (the fifth anniversary of Robert Burns’ death).
Burns Nights and Suppers are most common in Scotland and Northern Ireland, but over recent years there has been a surge in Burns Suppers in the UK, outside of just Scottish clubs and societies.
Burns Night at The Bowling Green
At The Bowling Green, we are hosting a Burns Supper in traditional Scottish style! Our Burns Night is being held on Thursday 21st January 2016, and if you come along you can enjoy 4 courses for just £24.95! Our starter options include Scotch Broth or Old Smokey Terrine (both served with crusty bread); for main you can have traditional Haggis, Tatties and Wee Neeps, or Beef & Ale pie served with mash and veggies. There are two options for dessert as well, including Apple & Rhubarb crumble or Cranachan.
Burns Night at The Bowling Green is destined to be a great laugh with some delicious food, so please make sure that you book your table to avoid disappointment! You can book by calling Karen on 01926 812575.
Events at The Bowling Green
At The Bowling Green, we love hosting themed nights, so keep a look out on social media and check our blog regularly to see what’s on that you might enjoy. We also are a great venue for parties and celebrations, business lunches, wakes etc.; please contact us for more details about booking The Bowling Green as a venue for your occasion.