The annual Scottish celebration of Burns Night takes place on Wednesday (January 25th) - but you don't have to be living north of the border to join in.
Celebrate the life of Scotland's national poet Robert Burns at these locations in London.
The Ceilidh Club
The Ceilidh Club - pronounced ‘kay-lee’ - was set up in the 1990s to bring a wee bit of Scotland to the capital.
Ceilidh is the Gaelic word for gathering, and The Ceilidh Club will be holding Burns Night events through to February at Hammersmith Town Hall.
Tickets are selling fast, so book quickly.
Sing the utterances of Robert Burns at the beautiful St John of Hackney Church on Thursday 26th, Friday 27th and Saturday 28th January.
The church's Burns Baby Burns nights will include bagpipes, dancing and a Burns Night feast.
Diners can enjoy a buffet on Thursday or a three-course meal on Friday or Saturday.
Tickets are available here.
Mac & Wild
Mac & Wild will be commemorating the life of Robert Burns with a week of Scottish events.
There will be a traditional three-course Burns meal on the big night itself, Wednesday 25th, while guests can enjoy live music and a bustling Burns party on Thursday 26th.
Bookings for all the events can be made here.