Following the success of the inaugural event event last year, the Centre for Robert Burns Studies and the Robert Burns World Federation are delighted to co-host the 2nd Annual Craig Sharp Memorial Lecture. As a newly qualified vet with an interest in muscle performance and anatomy, Prof. Sharp would spend time working at Mossgeil Farm, […]
Join us for what will be a wonderful evening of Burns poems and fiddle music. With Ayrshire Fiddle Orchestra and guests from the RBWF. New Laigh Kirk, John Dickie Street (opposite the RBWF headquarters) Friday 22nd November 2019 at 7.30pm FREE admission with donations for charity
The Robert Burns World Federation annual Conference and AGM will be held over the weekend of 4th – 6th September 2020. Check back soon when we will have more details including venue.
Once again we have had a wonderful conference weekend. This years conference was held in Glasgow in the Hallmark Hotel from the 6-8th September. There was much fun on the Friday with a local bus tour which included a tour of Wellpark Brewery, which went down a treat, and a seminar from Marc Sherland. A […]
Congratulations to all the lucky 200 Club winners in 2018-19. The complete list is as follows: Date Prize Winner Sep-18 Quarterly Prize David Smith 1st prize Roy Scott 2nd prize Jim Henderson Oct-18 1st prize Peter Stuart 2nd prize Peter Stuart Nov-18 1st prize Robert Dinwiddie 2nd prize Peter T Hughes Dec-18 Quarterly Prize Sally […]
The Scots Musical Museum, an enormous pop-song survey produced by enterprising publisher James Johnson with Robert Burns, who, enlisted as editor, became crazed with compiling, fixing up, and contributing to the musical fabric of a nation, with musical guidance from Stephen Clarke. Join world class Tenor Nils Brown and our very own Ronnie O’Byrne (both […]
RBWF – 2019 National Festival for Primary Schools. The National Finals for Primary pupils took place at Irvine Royal Academy, Irvine, on Saturday 11th May 2019. Many thanks to our Schools Competition sponsors Golden Wonder and, also, The Jean Armour Trust, who helped make all this possible. Once again, a fantastic group of talented youngsters […]
Dumfries Burns Club will be celebrating its 200th Anniversary on Saturday 18 January 2020, the actual date of the Club’s inauguration in 1820, and the event will be held in Easterbrook Hall, Bankend Road, Dumfries DG1 4TL. Click on the link below for more details http://www.rbwf.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/DUMFRIES-BURNS-CLUB-200TH-INFORMATION-1.pdf