Glasgow Refugee charity set to host online Burns event with special guests Liz Lochhead and Miss PunnyPennie

A Glasgow Refugee charity alongside partners are hosting an online Burn’s night tomorrow with star guests including Scotland’s former Makar, Liz Lochhead and viral poetry sensation Miss PunnyPennie.

Scotland’s former Makar, Liz Lochhead and viral poetry sensation, Miss PunnyPennie have been confirmed for the Burn's event tomorrow which is run by Refuweegee, Scottish Refugee Council and Sounds in the Suburbs.

The event – ‘We're all Jock Tamson's Bairns’ – run by Refuweegee alongside Scottish Refugee Council and Sounds in the Suburbs, will focus on song, music and spoken word inspired by Scotland’s infamous bard.

Taking place over Zoom tomorrow evening, Thursday January 28, the event will include special guests with Liz Lochhead, Carol Laula, David Leask, Chris Stout and Miss PunnyPennie already confirmed.

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The event will begin at 8pm and will last for around an hour and a half.

A Refuweegee Spokesperson said: “There is no 'ticket price' to join the gig, but we ask that you make a donation of whatever you can to Refuweegee & Scottish Refugee Council - link to donate will be updated here and available in the zoom chat on the night.”

To find out more about joining details, click here.

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