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As Ithers See Us

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Saturday 10 May 2014 until Sunday 21 September 2014

‘As Ithers See Us’, a mixed group contemporary art exhibition. The much quoted title of the show was taken from Robert Burns's "To a Louse" and, on display, will be an interesting and varied selection of artwork, almost exclusively, by artists from countries outside Scotland, including Chile, Iran, Spain, Japan, Russia and Zimbabwe.

Museum (Gallery)


Lunchtime Tour with Tommy


Sunday 21 September 


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

Meet at the Museum

Free with admission

Sunday Talk: 'Ae Spark O' Nature's Fire'

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Sunday 21 September


Join RBBM Learning Manager Chris Waddell as we discuss the nature poetry of Burns, the landscapes and animals that influenced him and the Scots language he used to describe it


Sunday Talk: The Merry Muses

Sunday 5 October


Join Dr Pauline Mackay of The Centre for Burns Studies as she discusses the more controversial (and distinctly adult!) poetry of Burns's 'Merry Muses'


Rambling Rosie's Saturday Stories

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Saturday 11 October

1.30pm, 2.30pm and 3.30pm

Join Storyteller Rosie Mapplebeck at Burns Cottage for a wealth of stories and folklore: learn about crafts and hiddes skills and perhaps a few spells and secrets.

Burns Cottage.

Free with admission


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Auld Lang Syne


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’s song Is there for Honest Poverty was chosen to open the Scottish Parliament