Where To Celebrate Burns Night 2019 in Newcastle
Kilts at the ready folks! Famous for writing Auld Lang Syne and celebrating Scottish culture, Robert Burns is a legend to us all. We’re celebrating the man himself with lashings of whisky and bagpipes in NE1. Here’s where you can raise a toast in Newcastle this year…
BURNS NIGHT DINNER AND CEILIDH
Sage’s big Burns Night bash sounds like heaps of fun, spreading Scottish culture across Tyneside this January. Enjoy traditional poetry, a two-course dinner including haggis, neeps and tatties, all topped off with a whisky toast! Well fed, you’ll be treated to a fun-filled evening of jigs, reels and live entertainment.
BURNS NIGHT SUPPER
Settle in at Blackfriars’ annual Burns Night Supper, promising a fun-packed night for food and music-lovers! Fill up on cock-a-leekie soup, Cranachan and cheese and enjoy a cheeky whisky with each course you devour. The fun doesn't stop there. A sing-a-long Auld Lang Syne session will follow, as well as some special poetry readings.
AULD LANG SCIENCE
There’s a proper Scottish party going down at the Life Science Centre and you are all invited! We might not be north of the border, but we’re celebrating Burns Night with a sumptuous supper and a few science-fuelled twists! Expect bagpipes, whisky and ceilidh dancing.
BURNS NIGHT GOURMET DINNER
Blow away the January blues with a beauty of a Burns Night celebration at Crowne Plaza Newcastle. Get your black tie best on and prepare for a sensational eight-course supper complete with wine pairings and a meet and great from the head chef and sommelier. What's on the menu? Party-goers can expect scotch eggs, haggis, and whisky-infused puddings aplenty!
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