Haggis, Neeps and Burns

Theatre (drama, spoken word)

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Description

Come along and eat haggis, neeps and tatties, and find out the life story of Robert Burns. Told through his songs and poetry, this is a must-see for everyone interested in Scotland's national bard.

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General venue access

  • Accessible entry: There are four flights of stairs.
  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

  • Stairs: 20+
    Number of stairs is provided as guidance and is not in addition to any wheelchair access type (lift/ramp etc) stated above.

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Ann Parsons 3 days ago

A delightful re-telling of the life of Robbie Burns with songs etc by the seven players. Intriguing life. A shame there weren't more there as it is well worth going to. The bowl of haggis etc was a bonus. Was even serenaded at one stage. Thank you!

Maureen Eyers 4 days ago

Lovely show, really helped to authenticate the fringe for me, and I learnt things about burns that I never knew. Great cast, well acted,. Nice touch of the very tasty haggis at the beginning -‘and loved the singing at the end of auld Lang syne I would say this is a fringe must.

Roger Plank 8 days ago

Great show- very slick and well performed. A thoroughly enjoyable experience.

Val 8 days ago

Excellent cast telling the story in a beautiful way.
Definitely worth a visit

Martin Robinson 8 days ago

A gem of a show. Brilliant performance by all. Tells the story of Burns life using his words. Really enjoyable. They deserve to get seen. Thank you.

Carolyn Chapple 10 days ago

Really enjoyed the show. Learned more facts about Burns and enjoyed the story. Well executed and tasty haggis...

Ian Barnetson 13 days ago

Would recommend this show. Well constructed mix of songs and readings from Burns with his biographical detail. Some good performances. Really enjoyed it even knowing Burns already. Added benefit of tasting of good haggis neaps and tatties. Only shame is audience was not bigger. Recommended to friends who enjoyed it too.

Anon 18 days ago

Haggis, Neeps and Burns was such a fantastic show. This small cast of 7 make up many characters that portray the life of Rabbie Burns. Some standouts in the show were Robert Burns, Roberts Brother and the hilarious dance teacher. This talented cast keep you enticed for the full hour and wanting more!!
The free Haggis, Neeps and Tatties were a good addition too!


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All Edinburgh Theatre (3/5 stars) 7 days ago

A pleasing willingness to let Robert Burns speak for himself gives Haggis, Neeps and Burns by Edinburgh Little Theatre at Hill Street a straightforward charm. As so often in recent years, there is no shortage of Scotland’s most celebrated poet, songwriter and collector on this year’s Fringe. From performances of...

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