St. Andrew's Day 2017

It’s St. Andrew’s Day on 30th November 2017 so we’ve done the research for you and come up with a list of the best celebrations in and around Edinburgh & Glasgow.

Pop-Up Cinema – Glasgow
Thursday 30th November
Tickets are now available and cost £5 per film for adults and £2 per film for children.

Macsween are celebrating St Andrew’s Day with a pop-up cinema screening a series of much-loved Scottish films.

They’ll host a day jam-packed with screenings of the nation’s classics and serving up a series of haggis treats at SWG3 on Saturday, December 2 during Hypermarket – where shoppers can pick up unique Christmas gifts from local artists,designers and makers.

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Torchlight Parade – Glasgow
Thursday 30th November 2017
£8 including booking fee and a donation to charity.

Come along and be part of a special event to mark Scotland’s Patron Saint Day with a spectacular community torchlight parade through the west end of Glasgow.

Buy a torch and join the procession as it moves through the west end, accompanied by pipe bands, musicians and fire dancers.

St Andrews Dinner – Lindores Abbey, Fife
Thursday 30th November – 19:00pm – Midnight

Traditional St Andrews night recital dinner with pipes and fun.

There will be Euan Anderson on the bagpipes and the Pentlands Ceilidh Band providing the music for dancing after dinner.

St Andrews Day Specials – The Caley – Edinburgh
Thursday 30th November 

The Caley Sample Room will be serving haggis, neeps and tatties and Chicken balmoral on their specials menu.

Located in Edinburgh’s upmarket Merchiston area, The Caley Sample Room is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and relax over a satisfying meal or a refreshing drink. The team here prides itself on providing visitors with exciting and innovative food and drink. The warm and relaxing atmosphere encourages you to while away the hours enjoying the unique selection of craft beer and ale, while the bar also boasts a superb range of spirits and an excellent wine list to complement the food offering.

St Andrews Day Menu – The Hard Rock Café – Edinburgh   
from November 27-December 3
£23.10 per person

Chicken breast, haggis and bacon presented in a toasted brioche bun with crisp lettuce and vine-ripened tomato and a delicious whisky peppercorn sauce. Accompanied with seasoned fries.

Jose Cuervo Silver Tequila, blue curacao and fresh squeezed margarita mix.

St Andrews Day Meal – Old Course Hotel – St Andrews
Thursday 30th November
£75.00 includes a drinks reception, dinner accompanied by wines specifically matched with the menu, and a whisky toast.

Seven great chefs are joining forces in the kitchen for the St Andrew’s Day Dinner at the Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort and Spa on November 30th.

The chefs are part of a collaborative “Savour St Andrews” event, run in conjunction with the famous hotel, with part of the proceeds aimed at raising bursary funds for hospitality students at SRUC Elmwood Campus and Fife College.

To book tickets email – [email protected] or call +44(0)1334 468181

Fishermans Feast, Sailor’s Rest – Edinburgh
Thursday 30th November

A celebration of Scotland’s rich cultural diversity for St Andrew’s Night. Enjoy a feast of one of Scotland’s national dishes – Fish and Chips – along with music, song, poetry and story emphasising the contribution of wanderers, migrants and exiles to Scotland’s national story.

St Andrew was known for being strong, sociable and fair, encouraging people to share what they had with those in need. Storyteller and author Donald Smith will recite the St Andrew’s story and is joined by Marjorie Lotfi Gill, Carlos Arredondo and John Hamilton – representing Iranian, Chilean and Irish inheritances.


Breaded Coley Fillets, garden peas, salad and hand-cut oven roast chips.
Followed by Ecclefechan Tarts with whisky cream.

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