Every year, Burns Night falls on January 25 (a Thursday for 2018), giving London an excuse to celebrate Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns, via a lot of food, whisky and partying. From ceilidhs to whisky tasting to street food Burns Night meals, there's something for everyone.
Here's where and how to celebrate Burns Night 2018 in London. And if all that talk of Scots food and drink has got you in the mood, get stuck in to our Burns Night videos on making haggis tasty – not terrifying – and how to craft creative Burns cocktails.
If you're looking for the best traditional Burns feasts, remember to check our guide to the best Burns Night suppers in London.
We'll be updating this page with events as they're announced, so keep checking back.
Burns Night 2018 celebrations in London
The promise of Scottish country dancing with attitude. Dust down your edgy Vivienne Westwood kilt and jump around to three hours of live music and dancing. Burns Night celebrations also include the Address to a Haggis at half time and a buffet with haggis, neeps and tatties. No dress code, but tartan is appreciated. Booking in advance is advised.