|23rd January 2021|
|7pm - 8.30pm|
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Hosted by Edith Bowman, this special event will bring you music from Talisk, a cocktail masterclass courtesy of The Glenlivet, some exclusive insights into the life of Scotland’s national bard from our experts ... plus some very special guests who’ll bring the traditional Burns Supper to life including the world-famous ‘Address to the Haggis’.
Set yourself up for the Burns Big Night In with a ‘Box of Braw’ for two. Filled with treats and a few wee nips to set your evening off, courtesy of some of Scotland’s most iconic brands, alongside an array of exclusive Burns’ related memorabilia including a print of the original Robert Burns, Auld Lang Syne manuscript. These limited-edition boxes are likely to sell out fast so make sure you snap one up early while stocks last.
The National Trust for Scotland is the conservation charity that protects so much of what makes Scotland special. The Trust cares for the world’s biggest collection of Burns artefacts as well as the cottage where he was born. 2021 marks the 220th anniversary of the first ever Burns Supper at the cottage!
All profits raised from the Burns Big Night In go towards supporting our charity carry out vital conservation work at our places. You can discover more at nts.org.uk
Book now and enjoy this unique celebration of Robert Burns from your own home.
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