|25th January 2021|
|7pm - 7.30pm|
|This is a free event|
|Visit the event website here|
|Facebook information can be found here|
“Fair Fa your honest, sonsie face, Great chieftain o’ the puddin-race!” will be the words thousands will be able to hear through their screens on 25th January 2021, when the UK’s most loved haggis brand Macsween brings what it hopes to be the largest Virtual Burns Supper to homes across the globe.
Teaming up with one of Scotland's best-known comedy actors Karen Dunbar, whose Tam o’ Shanter is renowned throughout the world, Macsween will celebrate the ‘Bard of Ayrshire’ to ensure the old acquaintance will never be forgotten with a mini virtual Burns Supper.
Also joined by Dr. Rachel Barrie, Master Blender for Benriach distillery and described as ‘The First Lady of Scotch whisky’, the online event will celebrate Scotland’s national poet at a time when many will be at home instead of taking part in the usual celebrations with friends in person.
To take part, tune into the Macsween Facebook page on 25th January 2021 at 7pm.
The first 100 people to direct message Macsween’s Facebook account to say that they will be attending the event will receive a specially created gift set of Benriach and Classic and Vegetarian Macsween Haggis for two. Competition opens on Monday 11th January 2021. Please note that terms and conditions apply.
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Macsween of Edinburgh Virtual Burns Supper are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment. All information (whether in text or photographs) is given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact.
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