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A Question of Burns Supper

guests at SBH Scotland Burns Supper enjoying Bruce Fummey's speech

A Question of Burns is a Burns supper like no other, with some hilarious twists, a quiz and an amazing line up.

Host - Andy Nicol, Immortal Memory - Rt. Hon. Lord Robertson, Toast to the Lassies - Sheriff Lindsay Wood, Burns Reenactor - Christopher Tait, Address to the Haggis - Kevin Brown, Scottish Songs - Nicola Cassells

Thursday 23rd January 2020 - Glasgow Hilton (William Street)

Tickets: £95 pp or £900 for a table of 10. Book Online.

Red, Red Rose Sponsor Table Package Available for an additional £100 which includes your corporate logo in the programme and on the screens. Book online here for this package.

The evening includes:

  • Sparkling drinks reception
  • 4 course dinner
  • An unrivalled evening of entertainment
The event also offer the opportunity for you to network and socialise with your guests - the perfect blend of business and pleasure.

Last year 500 people attended so we anticipate high demand for tickets. To secure your place email us or call Ellie Miles on 03455 211 600. You can also book online.

SBH Scotland would like to say a big thank you to all our sponsors who make this very special evening possible.

Presenting Sponsor Chisholm Hunter

Supporting Sponsor Slaters

Design Sponsor: Make Believe Events

Artwork Sponsor: Cole AD

Why not attend another one of our events? Find out more here.

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