The Ultimate Scottish Experience
This is the 40th year of the Show!
Join us at The King James for the longest running stage show of its kind in the capital, Jamie's Scottish Evening.
The evening includes a 4 course meal followed by tea and coffee, 1/2 a bottle of wine (or a soft drink) per person and Scottish Entertainment.
The show takes place 7 nights a week from 1st April until 31st October 2013 (subject to minimum numbers) in our Lothian Suite and on selected days throughout the winter months.
For more information take a look at the menu and programme below or for availability and pricing please contact us on 0131 200 7758.
Cream of leek and potato soup
The Main (choose from one of the following)
Fillet of Salmon, traditional Ayrshire Cream and Drambuie Bree
Succulent breast of Chicken, creamy Scotch Whisky and Isle of Arran Mustard sauce
oRoast Beef, red Wine and Thyme Js
Freshly brewed Tea and Coffee served with Shortbread
Taste o’the haggis
An optional whisky may be purchased from our staff to toast your haggis
Half a bottle of wine will be served with your meal
Comperes Bill Torrance or Bruce Davies
Join your host in a song with an easy chorus to start your night.
Expect to be amazed by an array of jigs and reels on the accordion by our resident band leader, demonstrating his skills with popular melodies such as the Sailors Hornpipe and the Flying Scotsman.
Lively fiddle playing at its very best with the winner of Scotland's most prestigious award, The Glenfiddich Fiddle Championships.
The Jamie's Band
Foot tapping, hand clapping, Scottish dance music at its very best.
Jamie's Pipe Major
Enchanting favourites from our Highland Piper including bagpipe classics such as Highland Cathedral, Scotland the Brave and Amazing Grace.
The Jamie's Dancers
Traditional Scottish dances choreographed by Angela Forsyth; from the Flora to the Seann Triubhas including the amazing Sword Dance.
The Ceremony of the Haggis
The traditional piping in, address and toast to the haggis set to the 'Address to a Haggis' by Robert Burns.
Your evening commences at 6:45pm where you will be greeted at the door by our Pipe Major.
Dinner is served promptly at 7pm.
After dinner the show will commence at around 8.15pm.
After the ceremony of the haggis there is a short interval.
The show then continues with more music, song and dance.
Leading to the finale where the entire cast assemble and ask you to join them as they sing 'Auld lang syne'.
The evening concludes at approximately 10.00pm.
Special dietary requirements can be catered for as long as advance notice is provided.