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Burns Night Aberdeen
Where to go to celebrate Burns Night in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire with details of ceilidhs and suppers:
On the 25th January each year Aberdonians will join Scots in Scotland and the rest of the World in a celebration of the life and poems of our poet Robert Burns
. If you are looking to find a burns supper
, a plate of haggis, neeps and tatties, a dram of whisky, dinner dance, ceilidh or poetry reading then see below for where to go and for general information about the Bard:
2020 sees Aberdeen attempting to make the world record Giant Burns Night Supper
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