State Apartments, Royal Hospital Chelsea
SOLD OUT (Members Only)
Revered as Scotland’s foremost poet, Robert Burns has become a national icon both in his homeland and for Scots around the world. Five years after his death, the very first Burns Night was hosted in 1801 at the poet’s cottage and is now a well-established global tradition.
What better place to toast the lassies and the haggis with a glass of whisky – and enjoy the finest Scottish fare – than the intimate but impressive setting of the Royal Hospital’s wood-panelled State Apartments? Enjoy traditional music from our Chelsea Pensioner piper, listen to The Immortal Memory from our keynote speaker and bring cheer to the dark days of January as we raise the roof with a heart-warming chorus of Auld Lang Syne.
Tickets for this event are available exclusively to Friends of the Royal Hospital Chelsea and their guests, to book tickets or to become a member call our Membership Officer on 020 7881 5516.