Recently the historic Playfair Building at Surgeons’ Hall in Edinburgh hosted a special preview for travel industry experts of The Slàinte Scottish Experience.
slainteHeld in The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, the new attraction offers guests food, drink and a show featuring bagpiping and music by renowned Scottish musicians, including accordionist Gordon Pattullo and fiddler Iain Anderson, as well as a traditional display of Scottish dancing from the Angela Forsyth Dancers. The show is hosted by local figure Bill Barclay.
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is one of the world’s oldest medical institutions founded in 1505 after receiving a Royal Seal of Cause from the town council which was ratified by King James IV 1506.
Once launched to the public The Slàinte Scottish Experience will run regularly from May to October, providing a taste of Scottish cuisine, history and culture.
Source: International meetings Review