PREVIEW: Burns Hootenanny, The Biscuit Factory

Street food specialists KERB are joining forces with whiskey company Monkey Shoulder to present a special event to celebrate Burns night on the 27th and the 28th January. 

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Running at The Biscuit Factory in Bermondsey, this special two night event is a one off occasion to celebrate the best Scottish street food, created by specialists at KERB.

With live music, a whiskey den and cocktails on offer there is plenty available to keep visitors entertained and well fed.


The secret Bermondsey warehouse will also have highland themed games and a poetry slam corner for those wanting to get even more involved with the event.

But of course the evening is all about the food, with special one-off scottish street food creations such as The Wild Game Co’s Haggis Scotch eggs; Haggis Mac n Cheese and Deeney’s slow cooked venison tacos (with spicy salsa and whisky crème fraiche) being just some of the exciting food on offer.

Meanwhile, for those who plan on visiting the bar, ticketholders can taste Old Fashioneds from Monkey Shoulder, the 100% malt whisky made for mixing or sip on  Scottish KERB cocktail creations, great wine and  local craft beers.


For entertainment, visitors will be treated to live music from Teesside fiddler and accordion maestro meet dub-heavy electric bass group Monster Ceilidh Band and DJ’s throughout the evening, while specially created Highland themed games will feature Corn-hole, “sheep shearing” and Donald Trump’s crazy golf course.

Ticket prices for entry to the event are:

  • TIER 1 – £20 + booking fee (Includes entry, a complimentary Monkey Shoulder Lazy Old Fashioned cocktail and entry)
  • TIER 2 – £42 + booking fee (Includes entry, a dish from every trader, a Monkey Shoulder Lazy Old Fashioned cocktail).

Burns Hootenanny will take place at The Biscuit Factory on the 27th and 28th January. For more information and to book tickets visit:


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