Burns Night Fun With Chiswick Scottish Dancers

Traditional supper of haggis and whisky to mark the Bard's birthday


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Scottish Country Dancers At Cultural Olympiad

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More than fifty Chiswick Scottish dancers had an early celebration of Robert Burns’ birthday with a series of dances related to Scotland’s national poet including “The Cutty Sark “ and “The Deil amang the tailor”.

Member Mike Watkinson delivered a humorous and action packed address “To a Haggis” before everyone tucked into a traditional supper of Haggis, neeps and tatties, washed down with some whisky. 

Scots all over the world commemorate the life and works of the Scottish bard around his birthday – 25th January.

Club Chairman Michael Nolan said: “It was a really fun night with dancing, supper and a fine tipple of whisky. My thanks go to all who cooked our traditional supper for us and helped us recall the memory of one of this country’s finest poets”.

Chiswick Scottish Country Dance Club holds a season of dance classes and social dancing at St Michael & All Angels Church Hall, Bath Road, London W4 1TT next to Turnham Green Underground Station. The club welcomes beginners as well as more experienced dancers. Please contact secretary@chiswickscottish.org.uk before coming.

For more information visit the Chiswick Scottish web site.


January 30, 2016

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