Burn Baby Burn…

Posted on 25 January 2018

Let’s dust off those bag pipes and grab our kilts, tonight’s party has almost started, honouring the poetic prose of national bard: Rabbie Burns!

Viewed as a legendary writer, Rabbie Burns is best known for pioneering romanticism in Scottish literature. Is there ever a better way to reminisce and honour the life, works and birthday of national treasure than having a big ol’ supper? We agree, there isn’t! Find masses of Scottish folk coming together and tucking into traditional delectables like Haggis, Neeps and Tatties!

Curious about Scottish cuisine? Check out these fabulous recipes! Psst… thestudio cookbook will be making its way to the shelves and hopefully your kitchen so keep those eyes peeled. 

Kilted at the alter…

Recently our wonderful Zoe (who you’d have been welcomed by in our Glasgow venue) tied the knot…

“The first time we went to an evening wedding, I knew I wanted to get married at Brig o’ Doon House Hotel in Ayrshire (associated with Robert Burns). It’s just a stunning venue with gorgeous grounds.

My Grandad was the ‘founder’ of the Burns Club in Stranraer. Burns has been a big part of our family and when we were younger, we would have days out visiting different places related to him. Having our wedding at Brig o Doon was special as I felt my Grandad was part of it (sadly he is no longer here).”

A toast to remember…

Traditionally or unconventionally, however you chose to spend it, thestudio wishes you all a fun filled Burns night.