25 January 2019
Join us on Burns Night for comedy, food and dancing!
Selkirk Grace, Piping in the Haggis, 3 Course Burns Dinner (veggie/gf/vegan options available)
Toast to the Lads and Lassies (by Vlad McTavish & Viv Gee travelling from Scotland especially!)
Ceilidh music by Bowreed with Ceilidh caller for lots of dancing and much merriment
Ending with Auld Lang Syne
Tickets £40 and include a full evening’s entertainment!
Wearing something Tartan compulsory!!
Who’s Who on the night:
2015 Scottish Comedy Award Winner
A regular fixture on the Edinburgh Fringe for twenty years, Vladimir McTavish has appeared at festivals throughout the world. He has performed at Burns Night events from Singapore to Stornaway, and many points in-between.
“One of the finest acts on the Scottish comedy circuit” The Guardian
“Satirical barbs and neat twists on Scotland’s culture. Nothing short of superb” The Scotsman
“Masterful. A delight” The Metro
“One of the most prolific and relevant Scottish comics of our time” The Skinny
“Inspired comedy brilliance” The Australian Stage
As seen on BBC’s Live Floor, Scot Squad, Gary Tank Commander and on Frankie Boyle’s Tramadol Nights (Channel 4)
As heard on BBC Radio Scotland’s Breaking The News and Swots and Radio 4’s Live At The Stand
Viv Gee is a stand-up comedian and poet with nearly 25 years of experience. She has performed in UK and worldwide including a Burns Supper for The Bangkok St Andrew’s Society in 2018. She has compered many big events including T in the Park and Glasgow’s New Year Celebrations.
TV and Radio appearances include Lorraine Kelly’s Make Me Happier STV, Stake Out, Hedz, River City, Revolver, The Key, Velvet Soup, Fred Macaulay Show, Cover Stories, Comedy Café, Velvet Cabaret all for BBC and The Gates, a six part sketch show which she co wrote and performed on BBC Radio Scotland
In 2014 she was the recipient of the Award for Outstanding Contribution to Comedy at the inaugural Scottish Comedy Awards.
“Simply a Genius” Scotland On Sunday
“So sharp she could cut herself” Edinburgh Evening News
“Poetess Extraordinaire” The Face
They are a traditional ceilidh band with a fresh, modern sound. They’ll be bringing a caller to help get us dancing the night away!