Scottish Burns supper in Knock Shrine

Following on from last year’s resounding success, Knock Counselling Centre will once again host a Scottish Burns Supper in Café le Chéile, at Knock Shrine Museum on Friday, January 24. This unique event will celebrate the life and work of Robert Burns, the Scottish bard who wrote poems and songs such as “Auld Lang Syne”, “My Love is Like a Red Red Rose” and “Ae Fond Kiss”.

As well as special guests, there will be traditional Scottish food, poetry, songs and music from Scotland and Ireland. Proceeds from the event will go towards the running of the Counselling Centre at Knock Shrine. Tickets cost €35 (and includes a three course meal and entertainment ) are available from Knock Counselling Centre at 094 93 75032.


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