“There is a buzz of friendly conviviality”
The Club runs a comprehensive programme of events throughout the year from the Burns Supper in January, Reeling Evenings in Spring and Autumn, Summer Ball in June, Caledonian Lecture in the Autumn, St Andrew’s Day Dinner in November crowned off with the Members’ Christmas Lunch the last week before Christmas.
Below is a summary of the Club’s annual events:-
St Andrew’s Day Dinner
Thursday 28 November 2013
A German perspective on Scotland by David McAllister.
Scotland’s National Day; this Black Tie and Highland Dress evening with guest speaker, traditionally marks the formal pinnacle of the Club’s year.
Members’ Christmas Lunch
Wednesday 18 December 2013
Lunch for all Members in the Dining Room just before the Christmas holidays.
Children’s Pantomime and Christmas Carols
Monday 16 December 2013
Friday 24 January 2014
Arguably the leading Burns Supper in London!
Six Nations Rugby – February/March 2014
The experience of the Calcutta Cup needs no experience! Scotland’s games during the tournament are shown in the Club for those not able get to see the games live.
Reeling Evenings -
Friday 7 March 2014
Held twice a year in March and October, The Reeling Evenings are relaxed and informal social event.
The band is excellent and there is always a caller.
Member, Sons and Daughters – Friday 11 April 2014
After re-instating the Father, Sons and Daughters to reflect that we now have female members as full members of the club, we had our first Member, Sons and Daughters last year and seeing as it proved such a success we now have this as an annual event.
Club Summer Ball – Friday 6 June 2014
One of the most popular events in the club calendar with a new theme each year.
For all cigar aficionados! An exclusive event hosted by Jim McGhee from Hunters and Frankau.
Club Barbecue – Thursday 17 July 2014
Fortunate enough to have a terrace in central London, this relaxed and informal event is very popular.
The annual Caledonian Lecture honours those Scots who have made a significant contribution to the social, cultural and business life of another country, while retaining their Scots identity.
Golfing: various events/competitions throughout the year
Racing: Club horse Sharp and Smart
Music: world class performers
Shooting & Fishing: various events/competitions throughout the year
Snooker: competition in the Club’s Snooker Room and against other clubs
Bridge: Members and guests meet at 6pm most Mondays – open to all Members of all levels
Younger Members: meet on the last Wednesday of every month in the Club Bar with Members of the