Join us for a traditional Burns Nicht wi a Touch o’ Tannahil

The first ever St Mirren Football Club Burns Supper is scheduled for Friday 23rd February 2018 – timed to avoid the height of the Burns Season making it even easier to attend!

The evening will of course be rich in the traditions of Burns with recitations and music of the highest quality but as Paisley is home to Robert Tannahill we’ll be adding a Touch o’ Tannahill to the proceedings.

The night, organised by the Fans Council on behalf of the Club, will take place in the Corporate Suite at St Mirren Park. Black and White Magazine’s Gordian Mothersole will host an evening that will see top entertainment/folk singer, Burns aficionado and national treasure Alastair McDonald provide Burns song and verse.
Alastair will be joined by David Brown who’s Tam o’ Shanter and Holy Willie’s Prayer will take you back in time.
Other speakers already booked include George Adam MSP, Chair o’ SMiSA, the one and only Ian Brown, so much a St Mirren Fan he bleeds black and white, and the lady of the night to keep the men in order, Michelle Evans of PFA Scotland.

Doors open 7pm for dinner at 7.30pm prompt

Tickets are available from Eventbrite if you want to pay by card (Eventbrite will charge a processing fee), or from Club or from fanscouncil@stmirren.com for cash.

Entry is by ticket only and you must bring your ticket on the night.

Tables of ten are available

Get tickets here