Burns Supper 27th January 2018 Tickets available now
Robert Burns nIght if celebrated every year on the Saturday closest to the 25th January, Robert Burns birthday. An evening of Scottish heritage, speeches, poetry, Scottish dancing and of course Haggis. Invitations are sent out in October to all Caledonian Society members and members take priority placing.
The venue is hosted at K1 Officer mess in Lidingö vägen from 17.30pm until 01:00 when carriages are called.
A delightful traditional Scottish evening and a fantastic tribute to one of Scotland's most famous son's.
An evening you will not forget.
Starter : Haggis, Neeps & Tatties
Main: Roast Lamb
Dessert : Figs & Cream
Toast to the Haggis:
Immortal memory :
Toast to the Lassies :
Toast to the Laddies:
Toast to the Horses : Colonel Braunstein
Music & Pipes:
Raffle Prizes: Prizes to Follow
Traditional Scottish dancing
Non Members 1000kr
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The Caledonian Society of Sweden hosts usually one whisky tasting a year but this year and 2018 we will be hosting two evenings. 2018 to be confirmed.
Our next whisky event is held at the Swedish British society and we will be offering a taste of Swedish whiskies.
snack will be provided as drinking whisky
on an empty stomach is not recommended.
Every so often we host an informal film evening where members can meet up and have the opportunity to see a film where Scotland and Scottish actors are the main theme. Often over looked, there are many fantastic Scottish based films with real Scottish actors and celebrities some of which you probably never realized were Scottish.
John Hannah, Deborah Kerr, Ewan McGregor, Rose Leslie, Robbie Coltraine, Kelly Macdonald, Billy Boyd, Sheena Easton, Kevin McKidd, Robert Carlisle, Billy Connolly, Claire Grogan, James McAvoy, Gerald Butler, Iain Glen, Annie Lennox, Richard Madden, Tilda Swinton, Dougray Scott and of course Sean Connery.
Some great Scottish themed films: Whisky Galore! (1949), The prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969), Sweet Sixteen (2002), Gregory's Girl (1981), Ratcatcher (1999), Ae Fond Kiss..(2004), Bonnie Scotland ( Laurel and Hardy 1935), 39 steps (1935), Mrs Brown (1997)
Next Film to be '39 Nine Steps' Date to be confirmed.
Scotland Tribute Night
Occasional evenings where members of the society or any guests who have an interest in all things Scottish can come along, have a wee drink and listen to speakers tell tales of Scotland old and new.
An insight into the pride behind Scottish heritage, Poetry, Places of interest, History, Music, Culture and much more.
All are welcome and it is a fabulous opportunity to meet other members of the society.
Next Event: 21 October at German Church, Falklands Talk by Former Scots Guards Officer and Falklands veteran Steve Cox.