The Burns Night celebration will take place on Saturday 27th January between 7pm-10.30pm
The inclusive kids’ dance school Wee Movers is joining forces with a local Scottish cafe for a Burns’ Night celebration at Leyton Great Hall.
The night is set to take place on Saturday 27th January between 7pm-10.30pm and guests will be served a three-course sit down meal courtesy of Scottish cafe Deeney’s.
Guests are invited to ceilidh the night away while being played the tunes from the renowned band, Stroma. The Burns Night celebration will also include a “very loud” Piper, who will be addressing the haggis and will read some Robert Burns.
Wee Movers is an “inclusive” dance school for children of all ages and their grown-up parents and carers to explore and connect through dance. The dance school offers playful and energetic children’s classes in east London and beyond, combining contemporary dance with yoga, and classes are available in Leyton, Walthamstow, Olympic Park, Blackhorse Lane and Leytonstone.
Deeney’s began as a market stall and was started by husband and wife duo, Patrick and Carol Deeney. Deeney’s, which has locations in Leyton, Walthamstow, Thailand and Japan, continues to have a stall in Broadway Market where it all started.
Tickets for the Burns Night are priced at £50 per person and can be purchased here.