The BPCC will be celebrating the life and works of Scotland’s national poet on Wednesday 23 January 2019 from 18:30 to 22:30.
Why Burns Night is so important?
Scottish winter nights are longer and colder than those experienced in southern England. Scotland - like Poland - has harsher, darker winters. Christmas has come and gone, but late January remains gloomy; spring is still a long way away. So the Scots created a special event to look forward to - a night warmed by food, drink, friendship and poetry, a celebration of the life and works of Scotland's national bard, Robert Burns.
Please join us to celebrate the life and times of the Scottish poet, Robert Burns. The evening will start with the Guest of Honour (as ever, the Haggis) being piped in, after which the gathering will drink the Toast to the Haggis with a measure of Uisghe Beathe (the water of Life.). Four-course dinner and guests’ speeches will follow.
Early bird tickets available until 31 December - prices:
For BPCC members
Individual – 490 złotys + VAT
Table of 10 – 4,500 złotys + VAT
For non-members (*)
Individual – 590 złotys + VAT
Table of 10 – 5,500 złotys + VAT
*BPCC members have a priority
For more information and to reserve place(s) please contact firstname.lastname@example.org