King Charles III's Gloucestershire home hosts Burns Night celebrations

Celebrate auld lang syne and raise a dram to Scotland's best-loved poet with a black-tie Burns Night dinner at King Charles III's private residence, Highgrove House, in January 2024.

By Annabel Lammas  |  Published
Join the traditional Burns Night celebration at Highgrove House near Tetbury this January 2024.

The family home of His Majesty King Charles III is inviting guests to don their best tartan for a Burns Night black tie dinner on Thursday 25 and Friday 26 January 2024.

Honouring Scotland's favourite poet, Robert Burns, the evening at Highgrove House includes a traditional Scottish four-course dinner, dancing and live music, as well as the all-important Burns Night tradition — the addressing of the Haggis.

The evening begins with a cocktail and canapés, before moving on to a sit-down dinner of scallop mousse, cullen skink, Haggis with neeps and tatties and cranachan cheesecake — all served with organic Highgrove wine and followed by coffee, petit fours and a wee dram of Highgrove single malt whisky. 

After dinner, guests are treated to a professional dance performance before taking to the floor themselves, accompanied by live music from a traditional Ceilidh quartet.


Burns Night at Highgrove House


Thursday 25 January 2024; Friday 26 January 2024


From 6pm to 11.15pm


Tickets cost £200 per person, with anyone purchasing individual tickets being seated on mixed tables of 10

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