If there's anywhere that's Scottish through and through it's Rab Ha's. Prepare for an array of hitched kilts, gallivanting dancers and whisky swilling patrons as this festive bash in the name of Rabbie will go on long and loud. Burns Night - we salute you!
Burns Night 2021 in Glasgow
Each year, at the end of January, the people of Glasgow and beyond unite for a night of Scottish revelry and debauchery all in the name of the late, great radical poet, Robert Burns. Expect an evening dedicated to feasting on traditional food like haggis, neeps and tatties, followed up by drams of whisky. With authentic ceilidh dance and folk music rounding up the night, you can expect a whirlwind of swirling kilts, jiggin' gents and dancing lassies celebrating in true Glaswegian style.
Ubiquitous Chip return with another electric supper where they will be toasting the famous poet with a night of frivolity, dancing and whisky drinking. Promising "a nicht of cheerful chantin' and reelin'" you can expect an impressive dinner where the legendary haggis will be celebrated and you'll be feasting like a King.
Celebrate Scotland's national Bard with a luxurious Burns Night feast. Their spin on the supper is fully Scottish, with a few twists and whisky flights to boot. Not limited to one night, discerning foodies can toast to Robert Burns all week long.
Oran Mor is hosting Erskine Burns Supper & Ceilidh, an atmospheric supper in the surrounds of their stunning auditorium of the former Kelvinside Parish Church. Join them and you can feast on cock-a-leekie soup, haggis, neeps and tatties and a delicious raspberry cranachan - all accompanied by a dram, of course.