Why not celebrate in style the birth of Scotland’s most famous poet Robert Burns with a special supper and dance at Cafe de Paris on Saturday 26 January.
British Association of Monaco (BAM) are putting on a traditional Burns Night supper, including haggis, neeps (swedes) and tatties (potatoes).
Fine whiskies and wines will accompany the supper and La Maison d’Ecosse will supply their signature scotch, The Monaco Blend.
Following the fare, there will be traditional Scottish dancing. Craigenroan Cèilidh Band and piper John Thompson have flown in especially for BAM’s Burns’ Night. Everyone can dance the night away to the skirl of the bagpipes and the genuine sound of Scottish music.
All nationalities are welcome and tartan is asked to be worn – a tartan skirt or sash for the ladies or a tartan tie or a kilt for the men (or black tie).
For ticket enquires, contact BAM direct at 93 50 19 52
BAM BURNS’ EVENING – Saturday, 26th January. Salon Bellevue, Café de Paris.
7.30 pm until late.
Tickets €115 (BAM members) / €125 (non-members)