An American-Scottish Foundation Tartan Week Supper Club Event


A Year of Scotland’s Stories NY Tartan Week Event

Presented by The American-Scottish Foundation
in association with

American Patrons of the National Library and Galleries of Scotland;
National Trust for Scotland, USA;
Robert Burns World Federation; Scottish Government

8 PM Onwards
April 7, 2022

Papillon Bistro & Bar
22 E 54th Street, New York


The ASF Supper Club is a series of lively events hosted by the American-Scottish Foundation throughout the year, highlighting Scottish culture and heritage in an intimate supper club like setting.

Supper Club Reserved Seating $60 (limited)
includes admission, a welcome drink and a light fixed supper menu.

Table reservations of 4 top and 6 tops are available upon request and are limited in number. Please call the ASF office at (929) 499-9025 or email

General Admission $35
Bar area - limited seating : Welcome drink voucher upon arrival

“Under 30” Admission $20 (sold out)
Bar area - limited seating : Welcome drink voucher upon arrival

Supper Club Reserved Seating

General Admission

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A year of “Scotland’s Stories” event celebrating the Scottish Bard through music and words with an open mic for audience members to be able to recite their own favorite Burns poem or song.

Stories are a vital part of Scotland’s culture and every community has a different tale to tell. Shared stories, whether spoken, written, sung or filmed are what give a sense of place, history and belonging.

Robert Burns

Famed the world over for his poetry and songs, Burns is Scotland’s National Bard and the most well-known Scottish storyteller. He is regarded as a pioneer of the Romantic movement, and a cultural icon in Scotland and among the Scottish diaspora around the world.

Performing Guests

Noisemaker is the award-winning writing partnership of writer/actor, Scott Gilmour, and composer/musical director, Claire McKenzie. Both graduates of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, the pair work throughout the UK and internationally creating innovative, original work to challenge the expectations of musical theatre.

Jamie McGeechan
Jamie McGeechan (Little Fire) is a singer songwriter from Ayrshire, now resident in Saint Louis, MO performs at Scottish festivals and events around the world. Making history as the first person to record inside Burns Cottage in Alloway, Ayrshire has recorded two albums, 'High Hopes', the Scottish Album of The Year Award nominated 'Midnight Kingdom' and a short album of Burns songs, recorded inside Burns Cottage in Alloway.

Highland Divas
Georgia, Margaret & Marla are The Highland Divas. Two from Scotland,  and one from New Zealand, these three women with diverse musical backgrounds and a common heritage create a musical journey that spans the folk music of Ireland, Scotland & New Zealand. Their repertoire includes the most achingly spare Celtic ballads to the most thrilling, harmonized interpretations of Popular & Classical Music and culminates in the soaring heights of Rock Opera.