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Want to join your fellow Scottish members for one last hurrah at the Edinburgh clubhouse? Then why not celebrate one of Scotland's most famous sons, Rabbie Burns, for a black-tie dinner on Saturday 27 January, from 6.30pm?

The last event to be held at the Edinburgh clubhouse before its closure to assess the building's future, it will be a great opportunity to enjoy that stunning view of Edinburgh Castle whilst you still have the chance, meet up with members and guests old and new, for a dinner that will include the traditional address to the Haggis and toast to the Lassies.

Tickets cost £35 for ROSL members and £40 for guests. Book online here.

Famed as a pioneer of the Romantic movement, poet and lyricist Rabbie Burns is responsible for some of the most widely known songs and poems of his time, such as Auld Lang Syne and Tam o'Shanter. Born in Alloway in 1759, he became famous for much of his writings in the Scots dialect, but was equally prolific in standard English.

Members of the Edinburgh committee will be in attendance for this Burns Night tradition, so come along and get to know them, as well as find out from them more about the events that will be transferring to the Royal Scots Club from 1 February.

 

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