Ulster Reform Club honours Scottish poet Robert Burns
The Ulster Reform Club in Belfast recently swapped its typical Northern Irish feel for a night of Scottish festivities. The club hosted a Burns Supper Night in honour of Scottish Poet, Robert Burns.
The traditional Scottish evening takes place all over the United Kingdom in January each year where people raise a glass in patriotic celebration of the national bard.
The black tie event at the Ulster Reform Club saw plenty of kilts and guests enjoyed traditional Scottish food and even a bag pipes performance.
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