Ariel Winters is heartbroken and alone on Burns Night, by some kind of miracle the ghost of Robert Burns himself appears to dish out some dating advice. This hilarious theatre production will prove that even 200 years later, nothing much has changed in the world of romance.
Burns Night In Edinburgh 2019
It's that time of the year again where Scotland comes together to celebrate their most eminent poet. Burns Night in Edinburgh is always a good excuse for a little feast and a big old party, so whether you're looking for a traditional ceremony or a modern update there's an event to suit every taste. Prepare to pipe in that Haggis and drink a dram for Rabbie Burns as we've rounded up the best Burns Night events happening in the city this year.
Enjoy a complimentary nip of scotch malt whisky as you feast on a mouthwatering three course dinner at the Whiski Rooms. The week-long set menu includes haggis, cock-a-leekie soup, and cranachan to really pay homage to Robert Burns.
What better way is there to spend Burns Night? Enjoy an evening of side-splitting laughter from one of Scotland's finest funnymen. The Edinburgh fringe favourite, comedian and author David Kay will be providing plenty of laughs as you wine and dine.
Head to Edinburgh's old town for a night of music that'll pay homage to Robert Burns in the most fun way possible. You'll be inspired by the sounds of Cameron & Son, one of the finest Ceilidh bands in the country, followed by an acid house party until the wee hours.
Enjoy Burns Night from the luxury of one of the city's most iconic historical attractions. You'll be wined and dined to the sound of traditional tunes with a dinner of delicacies. To top it all off, you'll be able to take part in a whisky tasting session from the State Drawing Room.
This experience gives you a real taste of the essence of Robert Burns, with a dinner of Scottish deliciousness at the wonderful Wedgwood accompanied by a reading of his poetry. This is then followed by a tour of Edinburgh's Royal Mile and a dram of whisky in the Burgh Courtroom.
Brewdog are putting their beer-y spin on Burns Night in Edinburgh. Anyone who rocks up in a kilt gets a free beer, there's lots of whisky and there will be pizza topped with haggis.