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Burns Supper - Halfway House, Burnfoot

25 January 2018, 20:00, Halfway House, Fahan, Donegal

Runs to 25 January 2018

Burns Night is annually celebrated in Scotland on or around January 25. It commemorates the life of the bard (poet) Robert Burns, who was born on January 25, 1759. The day also celebrates Burns' contribution to Scottish culture.

Monreagh Heritage Centre will be hosting a Burns Supper to celebrate the life and works of the Bard.

From traditional ballads and romantic songs to humorous satires and thought-provoking poems, Robert Burns composed some of the world's most instantly recognisable lines of poetry and song lyrics. His best known work is Auld Lang Syne.


Piping of the Haggis 8:00pm

Lee Duncan & Stewart Buchanan

Address to the Haggis 8:10pm

Stewart Buchanan

Selkirk Grace 8:15pm

Reverend David Latimer

Meal Served 8:20pm

2 Course Buffet

Immortal Memory 9:20pm

Ian McCracken.

Toast to the Lassies & Reply 8:15pm

Stewart Buchanan & Belinda Mahaffy

Burns Poetry Recital 9:45pm

Belinda Mahaffy

Music, Dance & Piping 10:00pm

Stewart, Ken & Linda, Lee Duncan

Prize Draw 11:00pm

Auld Land Syne 11:20pm

Carriages 11:30pm

Admission - E15.


Tickets available from 

Monreagh Ulster Scots Heritage Centre, Carrigans, Co Donegal, Ireland

Telephone: (074) 9140708




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