Ah the time has come when we celebrate the big man! But how to properly celebrate Burns Night we hear you ask? Yes, you could opt for the usual haggis burns supper? It would be the traditional thing to do. But for those feeling a little more adventurous, we’d like to propose two alternatives for this coming Saturday…
Burns & Beyond Festival
Silent Adventures are thrilled to be part of the Burns&Beyond Culture Trail on the Saturday 26 January as part of a packed programme of events in 8 venues throughout the Old & New Town. This festival is a must-do where the audience will explore the city centre in a way they’ve never seen it before. On the trail, you’ll experience live performances from artists such as Ricky Ross (Deacon Blue), Pictish Trail, Kathryn Joseph and Neu! Reekie! There’s also a special Whisky Tasting with Johnnie Walker and comedy featuring Scott Gibson & Jay Lafferty. Finally.. it wouldn’t be a true festival without a secret Silent Disco would it?! You’ll find us taking over a secret section of the trail and we do hope you’ll join us. Tickets on-sale now at https://www.burnsandbeyond.com/
“Rip it up Scotland” Silent Disco Adventure
A Silent Disco tour with a Scottish twist – 6pm-7pm from Hunter Square. Rip it Up is a celebration of Scottish pop music throughout the decades. Don your hi-tech headsets and prepare to sing and dance to some of the most iconic Scottish artists ever to grace our ears. Gi’ it laldy with some of the greats of Scottish music from Annie Lennox to The Proclaimers, Deacon Blue to LuLu, and we guarantee a braw time will be had by all! Limited tickets available for this Silent Disco Tour so book them now while you can. Buy tickets here >
Whatever you get up to this weekend, have a great one and we hope to see you along the way.