Burns Night Supper

  • Burns Night Supper
  • Burn’s Night falls on the 25th of January in celebration of the life and poetry of Robert Burns - the poet’s birthday.

    Robert is widely known as the national poet, lycriclist and a cultural icon of Scotland. His work is highly respected in literature, and is one of the best known poets who not only wrote in the Scotts language, but standard English also.
    Burn’s work was popular then and now because of the themes and language he used. His poems were witty, comical and he used small topics to convey big thoughts. When he died in 1796 at the age of 37 he left behind a long legacy of work that is still sung and recited now.

    The first Burn’s Night Supper was held 5 years after his death in 1801 and this has been a national day of celebration ever since. They are celebrated with traditional Scottish delicacies, themes + recitals of his best work.

    Burn’s Night Supper’s call for a traditional Scottish Tartan. You can shop our Sashes, Runners + Napkins on our website to complete your Burn’s Night decor perfectly!!


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