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Burns Night Events in Norfolk

You don’t have to travel all the way to Scotland to celebrate Burns Night, there are a few Burns Night suppers in Norfolk. While there might not be as many options as in previous years (let’s blame COVID), it can still be a fun night out in January.

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What is Burns Night?

Burns Night is the celebration of Robert Burns, the author of many Scottish poems and Auld Lang Syne which is traditionally sung on New Year’s Eve.

The tradition goes back more than 200 years. The first Burns supper was held at Burns Cottage in Alloway, South Aryshire, on July 21 1801 on the fifth anniversary of Burns’ death. Since then the gatherings have been held on or around his birthday on 25 January.

Burns Night in Norfolk

When you are celebrating Burns Night in Norfolk, you can expect Scottish food (i.e. haggis and more), whisky, bagpipes, poetry, singing, and more.

Burn’s Night at The Brewery Tap in Norwich

Date: 20 January 2022

Get ready for a night of all things Scottish including the traditional address to and stabbing of the haggis, live Scottish-ish music, Scottish beverages, and Haggis, Neeps & Tatties including a Vegan option from @motherchips. For a guaranteed seat, you need to buy a ticket and get food and a tot of whiskey for £12.00, but walk ins are welcome on the night.

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Burns Night at The Grove in Cromer

Date: 21 January 2022

Enjoy an evening of poetry, piping, and 3-courses of fine Scottish food for £35.00 per person.

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You might also enjoy reading our review of afternoon tea at The Grove Hotel.

Burns Night at the Maids Head Hotel in Norwich

Date: 22 January 2022

Celebrate Burns night at one of the most haunted places in Norwich. Your themed evening includes a 4-course Scottish meal with a dram of whisky and Scottish bagpipes to bless the haggis for £40.00 per person.

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Burns Night at the Cellar House

Date: 22 January 2022

Enjoy a taste of Scotland incluing some haggis and other Scottish dishes! Along with the food, there will be some Scottish tunes from local accordinaist, Alan Sissons.

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