The Club Vivanova and British Association of Monaco (BAM) are teaming up to celebrate the life and work of Robert ‘Rabbie’ Burns (1759-1796), the great Scottish poet and man behind Auld Lang Syne.
After Selkirk Grace, guests will enjoy a feast of Scottish smoked salmon, neeps, tatties and haggis. All will be toasted with drams of Aberfeldy 12-year-old Single Malt Scotch Whisky. A raffle will be held in favour of the BAM’s charitable endeavours before a chocolate gateaux dessert in served.
A selection of international wines will be served throughout the meal, finishing with coffee and Scottish shortcake alongside a rendition of Burns’ most famous song to close the event.
The dress code is black tie and kilt, with a touch of tartan for ladies much appreciated!
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