The Cheviot, The Stag and The Black, Black oil Monday 25 January (18.15) Glasgow Film Theatre This Burns Night, GFT is bringing back one of the most important statements on what it means to live in a modern Scotland. Capitalising on the remarkably popular success of playwright John McGrath’s touring production of the same name, […]
St Mungo’s Mirrorball: Open Mic Poetry Corner 24th Apr 2015 • 6:30PM – 7:30PM Mitchell Library, North Street, Glasgow G3 7DN Glasgow’s Poetry Network and Glasgow’s Poet Laureate, Jim Carruth, host their popular open mic session St Mungo’s Mirrorball – Glasgow’s Poetry Network – and Jim Carruth (Poet Laureate for Glasgow) host their popular […]
I Know Where I’m Going!U GFT Sunday 25 January, 2015 – 2.30 p.m. One for Burns Day An eloquent tribute to the enchanting mysteries of the Scottish landscape, this Powell and Pressburger classic follows Joan Webster (Wendy Hiller), a headstrong young girl who travels to Scotland to marry a wealthy elderly man, only to meet […]
Celebrating the life of the Bard in a “big hoose party atmosphere” with song and satire. The Lucky Break, Clydebank Saturday 24 January, 2015 – 7.30 p.m. A great fun friendly night lined up of live music, comedy sketches, pipes, satire and a chance to dance. Burns themed to celebrate our Bard but with a […]
Looking for something more than the traditional Burns supper then come along to The Shed. £8. To book please call Isobel on 0141 637 0778 or email email@example.com
29 January | CCA Glasgow | An Evening of Film, Music & Words This Burn’s Week the Vagabond invites you to a special evening of film, music and words, featuring VV authors alongside a selection of Scotland’s finest artists and performers. Iain Rankin said it: “Chris Dolan knows crime – Potter’s Field is very good indeed.” […]
The Curlers Rest Celebrates Burns Night 24 January, 7.30 p.m. – 8 p.m. starts prompt 256 – 260 Byres Road, G12 8SH £18 Enjoy traditional fare of haggis, neeps tatties to the tunes of the piper, ‘The Address to a Haggis’ and a dram. Book early.This menu is for bookings only, please book by phone […]
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Argyle Street, Argyle Street, Glasgow West End Celebrate the Bard at Kelvingrove With an afternoon of songs, rhymes and craft activities for all the family. Discover the wonderful characters created in the poems of Robert Burns. 1 – 4 p.m. Sat and Sun 17/18 January.
Wear the tartan and bring the kids. All money raised goes to RSPB. £7 adults, £3 in advance from Ticketsource.co.uk Children under five go free. Disco and Broomhill Ceilidh Band Bring your own snacks and drinks. 24 January, 6.30 – 9.30 p.m. St Silas Chruch, Woodlands Road, adjacent to entrance to Kelvingrove Park.
Burns Supper 25th January, 6:30 pmUbiquitous Chip Ashton Lane, Glasgow G12 8SJ A nicht of cheerful chantin’ and reelin’ Sumptuous 4 course dinner with coffee and sweetmeats and obligatory dram to toast the haggis. View the menu. Piper and Orator, live music and ceilidh with The Last Tram to Auchenshoogle Tickets £49.95 per person Call […]
Saturday, 24th January, 2015 – £20 7 p.m. Back with another Burns Night Celebration, Glasgow Young Professionals are hosting a night of feasting, frolicking and darn good dancing at Trades Hall in memory of that radical poet fella, Robert Burns. Come down for a night to remember and enjoy a meal followed by a traditional […]
The famed night of January is nearly upon us when all Scots and Brits alike unite for a raucous olde romp to commemorate the late, great poet radical Robert Burns. Celebrate Burns Night 2015 in true Scottish fervour at the Cottiers Theatre. There’ll be a 3 course dinner full of traditional treats to nosh and […]