Dinner nights

It is traditional in most Scottish societies and Scottish military regiments for formal dinner evenings to have a piper play throughout the proceedings. Important guests can be honoured by being piped to their place at the top table and lead out again after the meal. Pipers traditionally play a short set during the meal.

Many organisations hold formal dinner nights to celebrate appointments, honour special guests or mark a retirement. Pipers can add a Scottish flavour to the night or even just provide an impact that will be talked about for years after.

Some evenings may have a Scottish theme such as Burns night or Saint Andrews night, others might celebrate a special guests Scottish heritage. Either way, the piper can add that prestige that befits the occasion.

Arrival of the Guests

Pipe at the entrance of your venue during the arrival of your family and guests 

Suggested tunes - Bright, cheerful traditional bagpipe marching tunes and reels and jigs

VIP Guests

VIP guests paraded to their seats with something uplifting such as Highland Laddie

During the meal

A selection of airs, jigs, reels and hornpipes to wow your guests.

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