Monday, January 16, 2023

Where to celebrate Burns Night in Newcastle


Where to celebrate Burns Night in Newcastle

Blackfriars, 28th January.

£69.50 per person, Blackfriars traditional Burns Supper includes an address to and cutting of the haggis before a supper of traditional Cock-a-Leekie soup, Haggis, Neeps and Tatties, Cranachan and Cheese with a wee dram of whisky. Check the Blackfriars website here for more info. 

Cumberland Arms, 22nd January.

Where to celebrate Burns Night in Newcastle

£17.50 per person, A Celebration Of Robert Burns including Piping, Singing, Reciting & Kilts with Alasdair Paul, Amy Leach & Jordan Aikin and a Haggis Supper Buffet. For more info visit the Cumberland Arms website here

Tyneside Irish Centre, 29th January.

Where to celebrate Burns Night in Newcastle

£12.00 per person, An Address to the Haggis, Ceili Band and Caller Piper. Burns Supper and a Dram. Visit the Tyneside Irish Centre website here for more info. 

Star and Shadow Cinema, 25th January.

Where to celebrate Burns Night in Newcastle

Tickets £10 (undr 16's are free), A night of Dancing and Food and Song Redressing the (Vegan) Haggis, Reverend Mary & The Electric Ceilidh Band plus songs and open mic for those that want to do a wee Burns turn. See the Star and Shadow Website here from more info. 

Northern Football Club, 27th January.

Where to celebrate Burns Night in Newcastle

£10.95 for adults £5.95 for kids. Celebrate Burns Night at Northern Football Club, There'll be traditional Haggis, Neeps and Tatties along with a few alternatives. For more info visit the Norther FC website here.

Arthur's at Fenwick, 27th January.

£50 per person, the perfect occasion to dress up and to raise a glass to the legacy of Robert Burns and Scotland’s rich culture. Savour the most delicious highland-inspired dishes such as Scottish smoked salmon terrine, haggis neeps and tatties, venison wellington with clapshot & kale and rhubarb Cranachan with oat shortbread. See the Fenwick website here for more info.

Britannia Hotel, 28th January.

£30 per person, An evening of entertainment as a celebration to the great Bard with a three course dinner of Scotch Broth, Chicken Balmoral with potatoes and seasonal vegetables followed by a Lemon Posset. There will be all the traditional ceremonies addressing the haggis, the Immortal memory, Toast to and reply from the lassies. Visit here to book and for more info. 

Grand Hotel, 27th January.

£70 per person, Price includes: Champagne Reception, Traditional Burns Supper, Live Music from Discography, Piper, Burns Readings, Scottish Reeling to the Robert Whitehead Band and Charity Auction & Raffle. For more info and to book tickets visit here

Holiday Inn Gosforth, 21st January.

£32 per person, Three course dinner of Cullen Skink, Haggis Neeps and Tatties followed by Cranachan. Address to the haggis, Musical entertainment from a Northumberland Ceilidh Band. To book call 0191 201 9988 or email


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