Each year on the 25th January, Scots commemorate the great Rabbie Burns. The work of our famous poet is known all around the world, in particular the timeless ‘Auld Lang Syne’. A Hogmanay classic, it has been sung by various stars, including Dougie Maclean.
Glasgow is the perfect place celebrate auld Rabbie Burns! From whisky tastings and traditional Burns Suppers to ceilidhs and club nights.
Read below to find out where to celebrate Burns Night in Glasgow!
Burns Suppers, Ceilidhs and Whisky Tastings
Traditional Sottish restaurant, Mharsanta will host their first Burns supper, complete with a piper and poetry. The delicious set menu includes vegetarian options.
Tickets £27.50 including a complementary dram.
Celebrate Burns Night in Glasgow in vegan style with a scrumptious Burns supper crafted by Soul Food Kitchen. Then take to the dancefloor for a traditional Scottish ceilidh.
Burns Night at the Panopticon - The Britannia Panopticon Music Hall
Celebrate Burns Nights in Glasgow with comedy, music and whisky at the Panopticon!
Tickets £8/£12; £18 including a Burns supper. Free dram of whisky included for all tickets.
The night will consist of a 3 course meal, Scottish ceilidh and DJ set. Black tie/ full highland dress mandatory.
Tickets £39.95 including a free dram.
6.30pm – 1am
Scott Wilson will lead the night, taking you through a traditional Burns supper and ceilidh. With live music from The Jiggers.
6.30pm – 1am
The event will be complete with a whisky tasting, live music, poetry, traditional Burns supper, Scottish cocktails and Scottish beer!
With Breanna Wilson on the fiddle and poetry from Cat Hepburn, writer and spoken word artist.
Tickets range from £10 for poetry and live music to £45 for the full shebang: whisky tasting, canapes, 3 courses, poetry and live music!
7pm – 10pm
Burns Night Clubs Events
Celebrate Rabbie Burns into the wee hours at Scotland’s largest nightclub, The Garage Glasgow! In true Scottish fashion, our club have concocted some delicious Haggis and Bucky Bombs for you to try. We do appreciate a bit of effort on this special day so make sure to don yer kilts!
11pm – 3am