There are many variations on Scotland's national dish, the haggis.
The Scottish Storytelling Centre continues its tradition of spreading the Burns love with Burnsfest, ensuring everyone can access Robert Burns.
A gothic, theatrical Burns Night, with a live ceilidh, in aid of the Grassmarket Community Project and the Sustainable Communities Development Project.
Join the "World’s First Ceilidh Flash Mob" amid the historic surroundings of Edinburgh’s Parliament Square.
VLADIMIR MCTAVISH, BILLY KIRKWOOD, KEARA MURPHY, JAMIE DALGLEISH, ELEANOR MORTON, compere VIV GEE
Edinburgh’s Royal Mile is the obvious place to start for a taste of Burns and the Scottish Storytelling Centre, right in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town, doesn’t disappoint.
On Sunday 22nd January the Gothenburg Tavern in Prestonpans will be holding another Family Burns Storytelling Ceilidh.
A Burns Supper in August may seem a daft idea, but that's the essence of The Robert Burns Experience held in Monteith’s restaurant on the High Street.
Anyone giving the Address to the Haggis on Burns Night next week might well be reaching into their sporran for their iPhone after the recent release of a new app with the complete works of poet Robert Burns.