It is traditional for anyone arranging a Burns Supper to have a Highland Piper to pipe-in the haggis, usually to the tune “A Man’s a Man for A’ That”. Following the ‘Address to a haggis’ it is then carried out by the chef and escorted by the piper to the tune “My Love she’s but a lassie yet”.
Burns Suppers are now very popular on the social calendar and combine a celebration of Robert Burns and his poetry along with traditional Scottish fare and of course whiskey and song!
Burns Night is traditionally celebrated on the 25th January, the birth date of Robbie Burns. However due to the popularity of this evening more and more organisers are tending to book the weekend before or after. It would be advised that due to demand, you should book your date as early as possible.
“This Piper has performed at our Annual Burns Supper for three consecutive years. His professionalism, appearance and standard of Piping are excellent and we will always be rebooking his service”
Tom Wilkieson Highland Dance Group