BURNS Night is held on the same day each year in memory of Scottish poet Robert Burns.
Here’s everything you need to know about Night burns 2022.
When is Burns Night?
What year is the life and work of the poet? Robert Burns celebrated globally on January 25th – his birthday.
Tradition begins after Scotist lyricist who died in 1796.
His friends decided that they needed an annual event to celebrate his career.
When he first debuted, friends of Burns decided to hold this event every year on the day of the poet’s death (July 21).
What is a night burn?
However, Night burns today is celebrated every year on January 25th, which is his birthday.
People who celebrate cut into haggis and eat neeps, tatties and a snack – in other words radishes, potatoes, and whiskey.
After eating a delicious feast, there are more readings.
Usually a speech called Immortal Memory is read out for all to enjoy.
How is Burns Night celebrated in Scotland?
In Scotland, many people host their own Burns Night dinner.
The virtual celebration will also be streamed live online allowing everyone to join and have fun together.
But there are also events people can attend during the celebration.
For those who don’t want to stay at home, pubs and restaurants also host events to mark the annual event.
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