Burns Night at ÒRAN MÒR

Burns Night at ÒRAN MÒR

Burns night 2022 is set to be one of the most anticipated nights on the live scene in Glasgow. Celebrate a few days early this year in the company of Dave Anderson and friends, who will host an unforgettable night in the surroundings of Òran Mór (Byres road) on Friday, January 21st.

For visitors to Glasgow who may not be familiar with the significance of Burns night, let us tell you a little more about the importance of the 25th of January on the Scottish calendar.

There is hardly a village or town in Scotland that doesn’t celebrate Scotland’s national bard Robert Burns birthday. Scots nationally and globally pay tribute in the form of all sorts of traditions including poetry readings, whiskey tasting and haggis eating. 

This year we all need a lift, so why not consider making a weekend of it and experience a night out with a difference. On arrival at Òran Mór you will be immersed in all things Scottish. Pipers will escort you through the bell tower entrance, and then the magic begins. The main event will happen in the auditorium which will be transformed into a dining space serving a traditional three course Scottish meal. As you enjoy the atmosphere, Scottish menu and whiskey tasting, Dave Anderson and friends will perform for all guests present.

Tickets to the event are £50 per person and include a dram of whiskey, Scottish three course dinner and all entertainment, click here to book.

Our hotel could not be more convenient to the venue Òran Mór, as we are only a five-minute walk away door to door from the Ambassador Hotel. Our last rooms are available to book online with double rooms starting at just £117 for 2 nights based on 2 people sharing. (T&C apply)

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