Midsummer Burns Night Supper ticket

£7.50

Join us to celebrate the life and poetry of Robert Burns and hear the winners of the inaugural Liverpool Poetry Prize perform.

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PLEASE NOTE: Due to high COVID-19 levels, The Brain Charity has made the decision to postpone our Burns Night from its original date in January to Friday, June 24th. Apologies for any inconvenience, and we hope you will still come along to our Midsummer Burns Night!

Join us to celebrate the life and poetry of the famous Scottish poet Robert Burns and hear the winners of the inaugural Liverpool Poetry Prize perform.

The winners and runners up in the Liverpool Poetry Prize – judged by renowned Liverpool poet Roger McGough – will perform their poetry as part of the evening.

Tickets cost £7.50 and include a traditional Burns Night Supper (vegan option available, and please leave any special dietary requirements in an order note at checkout), recital of Address to a Haggis, whisky toast and music from a Scottish pipe band.

The wearing of something tartan is strongly encouraged.

We are not issuing paper tickets for this event, but will be operating a guest list system. By purchasing this e-ticket, your name will be added to the guest list on the door.

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Description

PLEASE NOTE: Due to high COVID-19 levels, The Brain Charity has made the decision to postpone our Burns Night from its original date in January to Friday, June 24th. Apologies for any inconvenience, and we hope you will still come along to our Midsummer Burns Night!

Join us to celebrate the life and poetry of the famous Scottish poet Robert Burns and hear the winners of the inaugural Liverpool Poetry Prize perform.

The winners and runners up in the Liverpool Poetry Prize – judged by renowned Liverpool poet Roger McGough – will perform their poetry as part of the evening.

Tickets cost £7.50 and include a traditional Burns Night Supper (vegan option available, and please leave any special dietary requirements in an order note at checkout), recital of Address to a Haggis, whisky toast and music from a Scottish pipe band.

The wearing of something tartan is strongly encouraged.

We are not issuing paper tickets for this event, but will be operating a guest list system. By purchasing this e-ticket, your name will be added to the guest list on the door.

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Traditional menu, Vegetarian, Vegan, Other dietary requirements