What sort of club would we be if we didn't host a cracking Burns' night? A poor excuse for one in Scotland anyway. This is 'The night' of the year so make sure you don't miss out!
The night consists of a hearty, traditional meal of Haggis, Neaps (Turnips for you non-Scots), and Tatties (Potatoes). If you have never tried Haggis before, it's great. Trust me, you will be craving it after you try it.
After the meal there are speeches from club member's about the year's hijinks so far as well as a raffle. You never know, you might have won something!
Of course, no Burn's night is complete without a Ceilidh. We hire in a live folk band and dance until our feet fall off. Whether you have never tried Scottish dancing before or you are born and bred Highlander, it is a fantastic experience. Don't worry, it is quite easy to learn what to do and it isn't meant to be taken too seriously anyway! Come along and have a bash.
After the music finally fades and the band packs up we continue our night with an after-party at somebody's flat until the wee hours of the morning and then, the next day, cure our hangovers with a nice tasty breakfast.
Sounds pretty good, doesn't it?