Saturday, 28 November 2009

Stirling Castle - 6

This coming Monday is of course St Andrew's Day - he is the Patron Saint of Scotland.

St Andrew's celebration at Stirling Castle

£110 plus VAT per person

Historic Scotland is delighted to announce it’s first St Andrew's Ceilidh at Stirling Castle. This event is the perfect setting for a final celebration of the Scottish Homecoming Year 2009.

The St Andrew's Celebration at Stirling Castle will take the format of a contemporary Scottish evening with a mixture of modern entertainment throughout the night, finishing with a ceilidh band guaranteed to get everyone swinging and dancing.

With a fine selection of entertainment and high quality menu, this event will provide a unique opportunity to entertain guests in the Great Hall at Stirling Castle.

Cock a Leekie Soup
Roast, Stuffed Saddle of Lamb with rosemary and garlic, Gratin potatoes, savoy cabbage and carrots
Mixed Crème Brulee with shortbread
Coffee & Tablet

Black Tie/Highland Dress

Seating will be by table plan. Tables can be reserved for parties of up to 10.

Programme for the Night Includes
7pm Pre-dinner drinks including sparkling wine and selection of soft drinks in the Chapel Royal
8pm Dinner in the Great Hall
9.45pm Entertainment and dancing to a modern style Ceilidh band
Midnight Auld Lang Syne
12.15am Carriages

What a fabulous evening it sounds!

Well tomorrow we shall start a new series of posts to lead us up to Christmas - Advent Hymns. The blog will also assume a more sombre colour scheme until the great feast arrives. We shall return to Stirling Castle towards the end of January.


John the organist said...

You would have enjoyed Songs of Praise for St Andrew's Day at Coulsdon last night followed by fish and chips and a quiz.

Peter Simpson said...

I bet you weren't charging £110 plus VAT per person!