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Burns Night Evenings

Celebrate Scotland's most loved bard at Moor Hall Hotel & Spa

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Burns Night Evenings

Celebrate the birthday of Scotland’s most loved bard at 4* Moor Hall Hotel & Spa in Sutton Coldfield. 

The evening includes all that is best from the north of the border: a traditional piper to escort the haggis, a delicious four course dinner with a Scottish flavour and dancing to an authentic ceilidh band. We have been hosting this event for over 10 years!

Dates: Saturday 15th, Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd January 2022
Arrival time: 7pm
Dress Code: Lounge suit or kilt

Price: £43.50 per person

Stay overnight from £165 per couple on Friday 21st January and from £175 on Saturday 15th January or Saturday 22nd January. Includes tickets to the event, an overnight stay in a standard room, full use of the leisure facilities and a full English breakfast.

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Who Was Robert Burns?

Born on 25 January 1759, Robert ‘Rabbie’ Burns is the best loved Scottish poet, admired not only for his verse and great love-songs, but also for his character, high spirits, ‘kirk-defying’, hard drinking and womanising!

Burns contributed over 300 songs, many of his own composition, and others based on older verses for the Scots Musical Museum.

Burns died aged 37 of rheumatic fever which he contracted after falling asleep at the roadside (after a particularly vigorous dinking session) in pouring rain. The last of Burns’ children was actually born during his funeral service.

Burns will never be forgotten as his poems and songs are still as popular in Scotland as they were when first written.

Robert Burns by Alexander Nasmyth from the National Gallery of Scotland

About Burns Night

Burns Night is a great occasion when many dinners dedicated to his memory are held all over the world. The ritual of the Burns Supper was started by close friends of Robert Burns a few years after his death and the format remains largely unchanged today, beginning with the chairman of the Supper inviting the assembled company to welcome the haggis.

The poem  ‘To a Haggis’ is recited and the haggis is then toasted with a glass of whisky.

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