Celebrated on Robert Burns’ birthday, 25 January, Burns Night gathers Scots and Scots-at-heart around the world to pay tribute to the great poet’s life and work.
Robert Burns, or Rabbie Burns, as he’s often known, was a famous poet from the 1700’s.
Burns Night traditionally involves haggis eating, whisky toasts, poetry readings and songs, before everyone joins in the ceilidh dancing. And most importantly – good company and loads of fun!
If Haggis isn’t quite your thing, then what better excuse that to order in some #Greatness for the festivities!
How does a Haggis pizza sound? Comment below if you think this could be a hit!
Some hae meat and canna eat, And some wad eat that want it, But we hae meat and we can eat, And sae the Lord be thankit.