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Experience an unforgettable night of traditional Scottish entertainment at Jamie’s Scottish Evening at The King James by Thistle in the heart of Scotland’s capital city. Featuring bagpipes, Highland dancers, the Address to a Haggis and the best in Scottish music and cuisine, this is the quintessential introduction to Scottish culture.

With a colourful cast of performers from across the length and breadth of Scotland, Jamie’s Scottish Evening boasts some of the country’s finest entertainers including band leader and accordionist Gordon Pattullo, and internationally-renowned fiddler Iain Anderson.

Sample some of Scotland’s most delicious culinary delights during a sumptuous four course meal, followed by a feel-good show featuring some of the country’s best traditional performers. Try haggis – Scotland’s national dish, witness incredible displays of Highland dancing, and hear the stirring sounds of the bagpipes courtesy of Jamie’s own Pipe Major.

Experience the dramatic Address to a Haggis, the famous poem written by Rabbie Burns in 1786, and join the cast for a rousing rendition of Auld Lang Syne to bring the evening to a close.

Founded over 40 years ago, Jamie’s Scottish Evening is the longest running stage show of its kind in Scotland – and the only one in central Edinburgh.

Tickets are £65 (£38 for children under 14) including show, four course meal and a half bottle of wine or a pint of beer. Soft drink alternatives are available.

For further information and to book tickets for Jamie’s Scottish Evening, visit www.thistle.co.uk/jamies, call 0131 200 7758 or email jamies.edinburgh@thistle.co.uk

Keep up to date with the show on Twitter @tradscotnight and Facebook at www.facebook.com/tradscotnight

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