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St Columba’s Hospice Burns Supper to be hosted by Still Game’s Mark Cox

One of the biggest Burns Suppers in Scotland, and the biggest in Edinburgh, is to be hosted by TV star Mark Cox – best known as Tam Mullen in the hit BBC comedy Still Game. The evening of Scottish food, entertainment and tradition will take place on Friday 27 January at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange. The St Columba’s Hospice Burns Supper is not to be missed!

The Burns Supper is organised by the Hospice, raising funds to ensure we can continue to provide our specialist palliative care and support to patients and families.

Burns Supper St Columba's Hospice St Columba's Hospice Burns SupperThe Burns Supper celebrates Scotland’s national bard, Rabbie Burns, and will feature the traditional address to the haggis, the immortal memory, the reply from the lassies and much more. The address to the haggis will be performed by James Macsween of Macsween Haggis – which will also be served on the night.

Joining Mark Cox and James Macsween will be comedian and after dinner speaker Eric Davidson, Taggart actress Lindsay Lee Wilson, and Burns aficionado Iain McSporran.

Following a three course dinner, a nip of whisky, and the toasts – guests will take to the dance floor for the ceilidh and party in to the small hours, accompanied by live music from Corra.

Buy your tickets

Tickets cost £35 each and include dinner, a nip of whisky and all the live music and entertainment. VIP tickets cost £45 and include everything standard ticket holders receive plus a private drinks reception, preferential seating, and a chance to meet the night’s entertainment before the evening begins.

Tickets can be bought online using the form below, or call 0131 551 1381.

Your order will be processed by Eventbrite and your details will be passed to the Hospice. By paying the Eventbrite ticket fee it allows the Hospice to keep 100% of the ticket price and use the ticket money to run the Hospice.
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