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Burns' Night

Hou ar ye? Hou's it gaun? There's nothing like a wee bit of Ceilidh – that's Scottish country dancing to you Southerners – to mark Burns' Night. Never heard of Burns' Night? Wouldn't know a "neep", "haggis" or "tattie" if they were directed straight at your head and fired out of the One O' Clock gun at Edinburgh castle? Read on, and all will become clear... An excuse to wear a kilt and get hammered, Burns' Night is annually celebrated in bonnie Scotland on or near to January 25th to commemorate the life of the bard (poet) Robert Burns.

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