Burns

Burns

As the title suggests, the show includes a number of poems/songs that involve animals. Burns often used animal dialogue to illustrate his situation or to make comment on social issues. This, of course, allows IDEOMS to present the poems in a quirky and entertaining way. The play has a rural setting incorporating the farmyard, the surrounding fields, the church and the pub, and is loosely a day in the life of Burnsian characters and, of course, a variety of beasts.

Lovers Fules and cutty stools

 As the title suggests, the show includes a number of poems/songs that involve animals. Burns often used animal dialogue to illustrate his situation or to make comment on social issues. This, of course, allows IDEOMS to present the poems in a quirky and entertaining way. The play has a rural setting incorporating the farmyard, the surrounding fields, the church and the pub, and is loosely a day in the life of Burnsian characters and, of course, a variety of beasts.

Honest Poverty

As the title suggests, the show includes a number of poems/songs that involve animals. Burns often used animal dialogue to illustrate his situation or to make comment on social issues. This, of course, allows IDEOMS to present the poems in a quirky and entertaining way. The play has a rural setting incorporating the farmyard, the surrounding fields, the church and the pub, and is loosely a day in the life of Burnsian characters and, of course, a variety of beasts.

Not Another Burns Supper

Where the space does not allow for a full-blown stage performance, IDEOMS offers Not Another Burns Supper. This is the Burns Supper without the stage show. However, the supper is interlaced with songs and poetry with the addition of an al fresco Tam O’Shanter.

The supper evenings involve 1 actor and 2 musicians and, if requested, a piper.

Best Laid Schemes

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 As the title suggests, the show includes a number of poems/songs that involve animals. Burns often used animal dialogue to illustrate his situation or to make comment on social issues. This, of course, allows IDEOMS to present the poems in a quirky and entertaining way. The play has a rural setting incorporating the farmyard, the surrounding fields, the church and the pub, and is loosely a day in the life of Burnsian characters and, of course, a variety of beasts.