Burns for Brunch
Robert Burns awakes in Auld Reekie 2019 sharing his thoughts, poems and songs, casting a satiric eye around his Scotland.
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Hungover, perhaps, but not yet hung out to dry, Robert Burns awakes in Auld Reekie 2019 sharing his thoughts, poems and songs, casting a satiric eye around his Scotland and ours.
Well suppered and well scuppered, Rabbie reveals what it’s like to be transmogrified into a couthy wee household god. With nae moose aboot the hoose he wants to set the record straight and maybe tell us a few home truths along the way.
Will Creative Scotland give him a grant? And who’ll give him that shave he badly needs?
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