A night to celebrate Scottish poet Robert ‘Rabbie’ Burns


NOW in its nineteenth year in Limerick this annual event is a celebration of Scottish bard, Robert Burns (1759-1796) with musician Michael Egan piping in The Haggis at 8pm.
Robert Burns Night celebrations have been held since 1801, five years after the death of the ‘Scottish Bard’. Burns Night continues to be celebrated across the globe to this day.
Mayor Francis Foley is set to open the evening on Wednesday January 25.
Phila Grace will be singing Burns songs. Mary Donoghue plays fiddle. Gordon Lessells will do the Tam O’Shanter.
Expect lots of Haggis, Tunnocks tea cake and Paterson shortbread plus Scotch Clan Sweets.
There will be a raffle with prizes of Scottish Whiskey and other items.
The event will be streamed worldwide by the organisers on their Facebook Page (Robert Burns Night Limerick).
More information from Dolans at 061-314483.
Robbie Burns Night happens in Dolans on Wednesday January 25.
Mad music and heaps of haggis on January 25.