Dunedin fans of Robbie Burns have been celebrating the poet’s birthday since 1855.
Join Toitū Otago Settlers Museum and the Dunedin Burns Club to consider thoughts on how Burns might have viewed Brexit from British High Commissioner Laura Clarke and Professor Alison Phipps from the University of Glasgow.
Enjoy traditional Scottish food and drink, kick your heels up at the ceilidh.
Listen to the Dunedin Scottish Fiddle Orchestra and hear Eden Smith re-interpreting classic Burns songs.
Cheer the winners of the Burns poetry competition and welcome the University’s new Burns Fellow.
Saturday 25 January. Doors open 6.30pm for 7pm start
Toitū Otago Settlers Museum - $70 per person - Tickets limited - Cash bar
Re-discover your inner Scot in the Edinburgh of the South!
Bookings and payment by 5pm Wednesday 22 January
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Tickets available from Toitū Reception and The Scottish Shop.