On Thursday 24 January, The Communication Group plc showcased Burns Night celebrations at Ten Trinity Square Private Club, set within the former headquarters of the Port of London Authority, one of London’s iconic historical landmarks.
Revellers enjoyed an evening of food, whisky, poetry and dancing – along with the customary sounds of the bagpipes by London Scottish pipe major. A toast to the haggis signalled the start of the gourmet experience for guests who enjoyed a four course supper, carefully curated by Ten Trinity Square Private Clubs executive chef, including; traditional starter of Cullen skink, followed by Haggis, with Roasted Loin of venison served for main course, and a dessert of Cranachan. The evening progressed with traditional poems and addresses, with celebrated Scot, Kirsty Gallacher taking the stage for the reply to the Toast to the Lassies. To conclude the festivities invitees toasted with Talisker Whiskey while the Iona Choir entertained and guests finished with a rendition of Auld Lang Syne.
Coverage around the event was secured in The Telegraph, Town & Country, Scottish Sun and Country & Town House to name a few.