Top of Byres Road, Glasgow, G12 8QX

Burns Supper at Òran Mór

At Oran Mor

Join us at Oran Mor for our annual Burns Supper, an evening that seamlessly blends art, tradition, and the spirit of Robert Burns


Burns Night Supper and Ceilidh

6:30pm-12am
£55
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Tam O’Dancer – Burns Ceilidh

10:30-12am
£8
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This year, immerse yourself in the poetic world of Burns as the auditorium transforms with our Tam O’Shanter panel art collection relocating from the main bar, showcasing captivating artwork inspired by the Bard.

A welcome and toast drink will be provided as we celebrate the evening with Highland Park.

Indulge in the full splendor of a traditional 3 course Burns Supper, where haggis, neeps, and tatties take center stage in a culinary journey through Scottish heritage.

The night comes alive with live music performances, featuring traditional Scottish tunes that resonate through the venue. Prepare as talented guests recite Robert Burns’ timeless poems, capturing the essence of Scotland’s national poet.

Hosting this grand celebration is none other than the distinguished Scottish actor and playwright, Dave Anderson, adding his unique charisma to an evening that promises a fusion of culture, tradition, and artistic brilliance.

For those who cant make the Supper we invite you to join us for our spirited ceilidh “Tam O’Dancer” starting at 10:30. Dance the night away in true Scottish Style.

Join us for a Burns Supper at Oran Mor—a night that pays homage to the legacy of Robert Burns in a setting where every moment is a celebration of Scottish splendor

Menu

Starter:

Cock a Leekie Soup

Served with bread rolls 

Main:

Haggis Neeps & Tatties

Whisky Sauce

Dessert:

Winter Berry Cranachan

Drambuie, Toasted Oats, Whipped Cream, Honey Filo

vegetarian option available


Date

Jan 25 2024
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Time

18:30

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