About Town: Haggis, kilts, drams, broth and pipes at Burns Night

The Copenhagen Post
January 30th, 2016

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(all photos: Hasse Ferrold)

The Scots were out in force for the St Andrew’s Society of Denmark’s celebration of Burns Night on Saturday, and who better to provide the evening with a dose of culture than Ian Burns (bottom left), the Scottish founder and main contributor of That Theatre.

Among the others present – eating Scotch broth and haggis (top), partaking in a wee dram and dressed in kilts (not compulsory) – were British Chamber of Commerce president Mariano A Davies (centre) and a piper (right), who played renditions of ‘The Selkirk Grace’, ‘The Address to a Haggis’ and ‘The Immortal Memory’



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