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Music: SOLD OUT! Burns Night stage supper and song

Celebrate Burns Night with an evening of traditional Scottish song featuring tenor Glen Cunningham and fellow Scot Mairi Grewar on piano, alongside a themed two-course menu from The Green Room team, all with the audience seated at tables on the Rosehill stage. UPDATE: THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED.

Supper includes haggis, neeps and tatties or tattie pot, followed by traditional clootie dumpling. (Vegetarian haggis available on request. Please state preference, with details of allergies or other dietary requirements, when booking)

Glen, who hails from the Highlands, has become something of a Rosehill regular. He has performed on our stage several times and joined us for our recent 60th birthday celebrations, as well as 'popping up' in our latest Rosehill on the Road programme.

This talented young singer completed a Bachelor of Music degree with first-class honours at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, his Master's degree at the Royal College of Music and is now studying at RCM's prestigious Opera Studio. He made his international debut in Rotterdam at the De Doelen in January 2017 singing the role of Le Remendado in a concert performance of Bizet's Carmen.

He has been awarded the Wiseman Prize by Sir James Caird Travelling Scholarships Trust, won the Joan Chissell Schumann Competition at RCM in March 2018, and in 2016 he won the Hugh S Roberton Prize for Scottish Singing at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. We're delighted to welcome Glen back to Rosehill for this special themed evening of song and supper on our stage.

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Mairi is a Scottish pianist based in London and a National Opera Studio Young Artist répétiteur for 2019/2020. She is passionate about working with singers and creating opportunities to share this with a wider audience.

While building her career as a répétiteur, conductor and recitalist, Mairi plans to programme concerts and operatic performances in unconventional venues in collaboration with artists from varied disciplines to explore how the art form can be presented.

Our evening will also feature the Address to a Haggis by a surprise West Cumbrian based guest. Highland and other exotic dress optional but positively encouraged!

Our website is being upgraded and a new online booking system will launch early 2020 which includes seat selection and e-tickets. In case of difficulty with the existing system, please book through the box office on 01946 692422.

Performance times and tickets

  • Saturday 25 January • 7pm
  • Tickets
     
    SOLD OUT!
    £35 including supper and song
    Plus booking fee



  • A booking fee of up to £1.50 applies to most transactions



 
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