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Published By royalscotsclub on 03/05/2016

An evening of pure Scottish entertainment!

Enjoy an evening of traditional Scottish entertainment to enthral, inform and inspire! Join us in the heart of Scotland’s capital city for our essential introduction to Scottish culture. You will be guaranteed a warm welcome and a lively evening! You sample some of Scotland’s finest culinary offerings during a delicious four course meal.  This is your chance to try haggis, Scotland’s national dish, served to the stirring sounds of the bagpipe in the traditional way and experience the dramatic Address to a Haggis, the famous poem written by Rabbie Burns.  Sit back and be entertained by some of Scotlands best professional actors.

Listen and join in with Scottish songs and be introduced to some of the countries memorable characters and stories.

A wonderful memory of Scotland at its frendliest.

Our delicious menu

Smoked salmon, haddock & trout timbale with dressed salad leaves

Haggis ‘n clapshot with a dram of whisky

Daube of Buccleuch beef in rich Leith claret gravy

Mousse Fantoosh, the Laird’s strawberry mousse

Coffee, tablet & shortbread

We’re on throughout 2016

The show runs several times per week from January to December in Edinburgh’s city centre.

If the dates we’re running aren’t convenient for your group email us at and we’ll try to help.

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