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Lunchtime Tour with Tommy

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Sunday 10 May

1.00pm

RBBM guide Tommy Burns leads a one-hour guided tour of the site.

Meet at the Museum

Free with admission

 
'The Burns Heid Inn'

Burns heid user May15Saturday 16 May

7.30pm - 10.30pm

Experience Burns Cottage as it was when it was a pub. Meet the landlady, hear traditional stories and enjoy local traditional food and beer.

Tickets £12 / £10 concession (Students and old age citizens)

 

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Acteon Meets Tam o' Shanter

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Saturday 23rd May 7.30pm - Gaiety Theatre Ayr Tickets £13.50/ £12.50 £10 (Full time students).

Ayrshire Opera Experience, in association with the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, presents an exciting new interpretation of Charpentier’s opera ‘Actéon’. It is the first Opera to be skilfully translated into Scots Language and will be performed along with a selection of popular songs and arias. .

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A Lassie's Love: Music workshops and live performance

Burns in love

Sunday 24th May 10:15am - 5.00pm 

A Lassie’s Love is a new composition based on works by Robert Burns made possible by the support of Creative Scotland and the Jean Armour Burns Trust. We have the pleasure of hosting the world premiere of the song cycle performed by Vocali3e, a trio comprising flautist, Louise Burnet, soprano, Emma Versteeg, and pianist, Robin Versteeg. The composer Jennifer Margaret Barker will open with a talk on the composition of the piece. We will also be hosting workshops before the performance for children to engage with the craft of composition.

10.15 -11.15 am primary workshop

12 - 2 secondary workshop

10:30 - 11 am  preschool music session

11:30 - 12 noon  preschool music session

3-4 pm - performance

4pm - drinks and meet the artists 

Workshops  free / £6 for performance book online

 

 

 
Acteon Meets Tam o' Shanter

Acteon User

Saturday 30th May 7.30pm - Lamlash Community Theatre, Isle of Arran.

Tickets £12.50 / £10.50 

Ayrshire Opera Experience, in association with the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, presents an exciting new interpretation of Charpentier’s opera ‘Actéon’. It is the first Opera to be skilfully translated into Scots Language and will be performed along with a selection of popular songs and arias. .

 

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Sing or play the world’s favourite song and become part of Robert Burns Museum..

No matter how good or bad a performer you are - Burns himself had a notoriously terrible singing voice - you can add to this growing exhibit by posting your video to our facebook page.

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Fact of the day

Burns

Robert Burns was a typically rebellious teenager, who wore his hair in a pony tail in defiance of his father and who would sneak away to go dancing with his friends

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