Burns Night is tomorrow and you can join in the Scottish celebrations taking place in south-east London.

The January 25 event to commemorate the life and works of Robert Burns includes haggis, whisky, poetry readings and the singing of Auld Lang Syne.

So, lots to look forward to - and you even get to wear a bit of tartan or dust off your kilt.

Here are some places where you can celebrate:

Craft London, Greenwich

Starting from 7pm you’ll enjoy a pre-dinner tipple with snacks before sitting down to enjoy a four-course menu with a Compass Box whisky paired to every dish. £48 per person. http://craft-london.co.uk/

The Hill Station, Brockley

The organisers promise "a feast of Scots cuisine" with a five-course traditional Burns Night banquet including a vegetarian option for those who don't think they'll have the stomach for Haggis. As well as the poetry and the music, you'll also enjoy a dram of Telegraph Hill blend whisky. Tickets are £35. 7.30pm prompt. 0207 635 2955

The Oak, Bromley

Running until January 28, The Oak’s Burns Night supper special offers a menu of traditional meals including of course haggis, neeps and tatties. There are also vegetarian options as well so there really is something for everyone to celebrate and enjoy. 020 8460 0459

The Rose and Crown, Green Street Green

Tuck into Scottish broth soup, haggis, homemade shortbreads and a large selection of finest whisky. A three-course meal costs £10.95. Book your table via e-mail roseandcrownfarnborough@youngs.co.uk

Five Bells, Chelsfield

Eat traditional Scottish food, drink whisky and dance all night to traditional Scottish music at this "legendary" supper. Thefivebells-chelsfieldvillage.co.uk