Link up with London spot Boisdale this Burns Night in Birmingham as the restaurant livestreams a lineup of excellent musicians. From piping in the haggis to a traditional rendition of Auld Lang Syne, it's one of the best ways to celebrate the Bard this 25th March.
Burns Night in Birmingham
It might not be Glasgow, Edinburgh or Aberdeen, but there's no denying that Birmingham has an appetite for Burns Night. Having trumped Scotland's major cities in haggis consumption over recent years, Brum's love of the Bard is only hotting up. While 2021 might see you celebrating with a smaller crowd, there's still plenty of ways to get your fill of food, drink and music this Burns Night in Birmingham.
Keep things simple this Burns Night in Birmingham and treat yourself to a tipple and takeaway from BrewDog. The Scottish-own bar brand won't be throwing their usual celebration this year but they will be delivering some of the best burgers in town, alongside draft beers and other treats.
Cocktail-makers Callooh Callay are putting their head bartender front-and-centre for this excellent and accessible whisky tasting event. One of the best things to do this Burns Night in Birmingham, you'll be treated to three delicious samples of quality whisky and a fun Q&A.
Add a little extra spook to your Birmingham Burns Night celebrations and log on to this virtual history tour. From the comfort of your couch, you'll be taken on a journey around some of the most haunted parts of Scotland, from the heart of Edinburgh, to Burns' home county of Ayrshire.
One of the best Burns Night activities in Birmingham this year, this excellent whisky masterclass is delivering the goods to you. Grab your set of five unique drams and work your way through each one with a guided tasting from a malt pro.