This year we invite you to take part online from the comfort of your own home, joining fellow guests from across the world and top entertainers from Huntly to Hollywood!
Your host Fiona Kennedy anchors proceedings from her fireside in Aberdeenshire, from where she’s hosted nearly a hundred weekly Kitchen Concerts since lockdown in 2020.
Nae Ordinary Burns Supper has all the essential ingredients for a great January 25th knees-up — sensational music from leading Scottish performers, poetry from world-acclaimed actors, wicked whisky cocktail recipes from the Kilted Chef and much more besides.
Restrictions mean it’s ‘Bring Your Own Haggis’ for another year but ‘Nae Ordinary’ times shouldn’t mean we can’t ‘tak a cup o kindness’ and toast the immortal memory of Robert Burns with friends near and far.
Renowned singer and broadcaster Fiona Kennedy presents: Nae Ordinary Burns Supper 2022 and is joined by a stellar line-up of friends, including:
Hollywood and Broadway star Alan Cumming
Sublime fiddle player Paul Anderson
BAFTA Award Winner Sophie Kennedy Clark
Champion Bothy ballad singer Shona Donaldson
Musician and songwriter Nils Elders
Superb BBC Broadcaster Mark Stephen
Fabulous accordionist Frank Thomson
Acclaimed actor and director John Bett
Brilliant multi instrumentalist Neil Birse
Addressing the haggis Francis Clark aka ‘the golfer’ !
The sensational University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir conducted by Sam Paul
Bagpiper extraordinaire Fergus Mutch
The Kilted Chef Craig Wilson
We are supporting wonderful charities:
VSA — one of Scotland’s major social care charities, who provide support and care for individuals from all over Scotland and the UK.
University of Aberdeen Development Trust – Giving, helping students who are struggling with mental health problems.
Camphill School Aberdeen – Camphill School Aberdeen is a local charity supporting children and young people – many with additional support needs – to reach their fullest potential.