Join us for a Burns Night to remember as we celebrate the immortal memory of our national Bard with another cracking ceilidh at Cottiers Theatre.
This year’s Burns Supper and Ceilidh will take place on Friday 27th January at 7pm.
Doors will open at 6.15pm for 7pm for dinner and ceilidh customers.
Our Burns Supper 2017 is a glamorous affair so please come decked in your finest Black Tie or Full Highland Dress.
You’ll be welcomed on arrival with a free dram of Timorous Beastie Whisky or a glass of Prosecco before settling down to enjoy a sumptuous three course meal.
Savour a delicious starter of lentil soup or Scottish smoked salmon and then prepare for the main event as the star of the evening, the haggis, is piped into the auditorium.
No Burns Supper would be complete without the Address to the Haggis, of course and we know you’ll want to take part in the Toast to the Lassies, which is why we’ll be offering you a second dram at your table.
Once you’ve supped and dined, we’ll be clearing the tables away to make room for the Big Stupit Ceilidh Band who’ll lead you through the finest and funnest of Scottish ceilidh dances.
For those who want to join us as ceilidh only guests, it will be a 9.30pm start, but we can guarantee that it will be a night to remember in the company of the Big Stupid Ceilidh Band.
Dinner and ceilidh costs just £45 pp, while ceilidh only tickets are only £15 pp.
The Burns ceilidh is always a hugely popular event in our calendar, so do book soon to avoid disappointment.
Tickets are available EXCLUSIVELY from Cottiers Bar. Call them on 0141 357 5825 or pop in to book in person.
We’re rather thrilled to find that we’ve been listed as one of the Top 10 Unusual Places to get Married in Scotland by Mary Palmer in her feature for the Daily Record.
All 10 venues listed are fabulous, unique and offer something very special for couples looking to make their wedding truly personal. It’s pretty illustrious company to be in and we’re delighted to be included.
Mary says our venue has a flair for the dramatic, stunning stained glass windows, a charming period interior, plus an illuminated church steeple and private gardens which really give us the edge.
We’re too modest to say that this is all completely true, plus we have a fantastic chef, a wonderful wedding co-ordinator who will make sure your day goes without a hitch, open fires in the bar, an incredible technical team who will use the theatre kit on hand to make your day look extra fabulous, a brilliant location in the heart of Glasgow’s West End….(ahem).
Like we say, we’re far too modest to boast about our lovely space. But if your curiosity has been piqued by the article, why not pop along to one of our Wedding Open Events and see what all the fuss is about. These drop in events are really laid back and give you a chance to see the venue, meet Erin (our wedding co-ordinator), pick up information sheets, check dates and find out about all the finishing touches we can add to make your day extra special.
Planning a wedding can be stressful at the best of times which is why there’s no need to make an appointment for our open days. Our next open day is this Sunday, 8th January 2017 from 1pm until 4pm, so please do come along and have a peek at one of the Top 10 Unusual Places to Get Married in Scotland.
We’re really sorry to do this again, but after selling out all the tickets for our Cottiers Hogmanay Ceilidh and dinner, we’ve only gone and done the same thing with the Websters Hogmanay Ceilidh and dinner too. Sob.
If you didn’t manage to get a ticket for either of our ceilidhs, we are truly sorry. Both our buildings are only finite in size, sadly, and eventually we have to draw a line and say “no more!”
However, we still want to see you, so the fabulous Cottiers and Websters Bars will both be open to the public on Hogmanay for friends to gather and share a cosy drink as the last hours of 2016 tick away.
Why not make a day of it? Come see our panto “Snow White and the Seven Wee Muppets” over at Websters Theatre at 1pm on Hogmanay; while the afternoon away with some casual drinks; a little light supper maybe and then just sit back and enjoy the ambience as you wait for the start of a brand new year.
Whatever you end up doing this Hogmanay, we have loved serving and seeing all our wonderful customers this year and we’re really looking forward to seeing you in 2017.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year when it comes from all the staff at Cottiers and Websters.