Caledonian Society of Sweden
Robert Burns night is celebrated every year on the Saturday closest to the 25th January, Robert Burns birthday.
An evening of Scottish heritage, speeches, poetry, Scottish dancing and of course Haggis.
Invitations are sent out to all Caledonian Society members and members take priority placing.
The venue is hosted at :
Ourevening begins at 17.30 with a skirl of the bagpipes to welcome you to a wonderful evening of traditional Scottish culture, poetry, music, dancing, good food and a dram or two of whisky.
Dresscode National dress / Blacktie
After short mingle in the bar area at 18.30 sharp our Piper will pipe everyone to supper to begin a 3 course meal consisting of traditional Scottish fair.
The procedure for the evening will be:
Welcome from the Chieftain
Toast to the Haggis
Starter: Cock-a-leekie soup
Immortal Memory To Robert Burns
Main : Haggis Neeps & Tatties
Toast to the Lassies
Reply to the Laddies
Finale : Aulde Land Syne
Carriages at 01.00
PLEASE PAY ONLY TO PG 25 68 52-5 (by 31th December at the latest).
After that date it will not be possible to guarantee members a place at the Burns Supper.
Please write your guests' names on the payment slip or send them by e-mail to [email protected] or [email protected]. Members will be given priority until 31th December 2019 but not after that date. If you would like to become a member of the society, please use membership form online. It takes a few days to become a member so please allow yourselves plenty of time.
In January, guests will be informed, in order of application, and payment for guests should then be made.
Members pay 1,050SEK and guests 1,150SEK for the evening and the fee is 100SEK for a single membership and 150SEK for a family (children up to 18) /couple.
Please remember to write your name(s) and explain clearly what you have paid for (i.e. Burns Supper members/guests, membership).
Pre-Burns Night Dance Practice Monday Before The event, click below for more information
Pre-Burns Night Dance Practice is a perfect chance to dust the cobwebs off ya kilt and stretch those unused muscles ready for a fantastic evening of Scottish dancing and frivolity. Click below for more information.