19 February 2020
Robert Burns was known to enjoy a dram so would have raised a glass in approval at an event being held in his honour at Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries (DCL&G) on Thursday, 12 March.
As part of the Tae a Bard exhibition’s series of celebrations, the Boozy Burns Bash will be a fantastic evening of Scottish entertainment, bringing dance, music and poetry together with some traditional food and drink.
There will be dancers, actors and musicians bringing Burns’ music and poetry to life in the beautiful surroundings of the highly acclaimed galleries, while its award-winning café, Heaven Scent, will be serving up a taste of Scotland.
Come and enjoy ceilidh and cello, poetry and song and browse our mini-marketplace
It is all shaping up to be a night not to be missed for lovers of Burns and the fine things he enjoyed in life.
For more details see www.onfife.com.
For further information please contact: Sheona Small, Press Officer, tel 07809 727 989 or 03451 555 555 ext 445046, or email: email@example.com
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· Fife Cultural Trust (ONFife) manages and operates theatres, libraries, museums and galleries and cultural partnerships on behalf of Fife Council for people living, working and visiting Fife. Further information about Fife Cultural Trust can be found online at www.onfife.com.