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Robert Burns Supper

What day of the year combines haggis, whisky and poetry with lots of fun and laughter? Burns Night of course!

Robert Burns is known as The Bard of Scotland and his birthday is celebrated in January throughout the world.  The celebration involves eating Haggis, (a Scotland national dish), drinking whiskey and celebrating, through song and poetry, the life of Robert Burns.

There will be toasts and speeches and songs and poems and KILTS the likes of which have not been seen since last year’s celebration.  Enjoy a traditional Scottish fare of cock-a-leekie soup, haggis (a Scottish sausage that looks like a round sausage tied at both ends), neeps (mashed rutabaga) and champed tatties (pronounced champ-ed, meaning ‘mashed’ potatoes), helped down with a dram or two of whisky.  It will involve wearing full Scottish regalia, (if possible).  We will stay close to the traditional Burns Night format with full pomp and  bag-piping circumstance.  Among Robert Burns’s better known poems are ‘Auld Lang Syne’ and ‘My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose’; we’ll give you a rendition of both of these well-loved songs and more besides on January 26th!

Ticket information coming soon!

The second Theater of the Seventh Sister Robert Burns Supper will be held at
Tellus 36024 E King St, Lancaster
on January 26h from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm!



Theater of the Seventh Sister  is calling all poets, storytellers, performers and writers from age 18 – 80 to become a part of

Celebrating the Diverse City: Spoken Word Play 16

Directed by John Rohrkemper

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Theater of the Seventh Sister receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.