Essential information

Date and time: 
Sat 27 Jan | Doors open 7.00pm
Cutty Sark, Sammy Ofer gallery
Cutty Sark Theatre
Evenings and Lates

Celebrate a Burns Night Ceilidh at Cutty Sark, the 148 year old Clipper Ship named after one of Robert Burns’ very own most beloved poems, Tam O’Shanter.

Burns Night Programme

19.00-20.00: Cutty Sark is open for viewing

20.00-21.00: Ceilidh with The Ship Band (first half)

 21.00-22.00: Interval, with a reading of "Tam O'Shanter" from Cutty Sark's very own Nannie the Witch

22.00-23.00: Ceilidh with The Ship Band (second half)

Food and drink

Cutty Sark Cafe will be open until 11pm. The cafe offer for the evening will include haggis sausage rolls, stovies, and neeps and tatties.

The Shipsters

Previously known as "The Ship Band", The Shipsters are London's top ceiliedh band, guaranteed to keep you dancing all night with their mix of original and contemporary Scottish folk music! 

You can read all about them on their new website: