Burns Night suppers are traditionally commonplace in Scotland and Northern Ireland, but the event has become increasingly popular all over the UK in recent years.
See below for the top places to celebrate the Scottish poet in the Midlands and Shropshire:
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January 18: The Haughmond, Shrewsbury
Enjoy seven courses of Scotland-inspired food when The Haunghmond celebrate Burns Night.
You'll also be able to sample seven whisky nips and watch live entertainment by Melomaniacs.
Tickets cost £60.
January 19: Moor Hall Hotel and Spa, Sutton Coldfield
Celebrate the birthday of Scotland's best loved bard at Moor Hall Hotel and Spa.
The evenings include all that is best from the north of the border: a traditional piper to escort the haggis, a delicious four course dinner with a Scottish flavour and dancing to an authentic ceilidh band.
Tickets start from £40.
January 25: Bar Sport, Cannock
Join Bar Sport in Cannock for a wee dram at their annual Burns Night Whisky Tasting Evening.
Taste five different Scottish Malts and sink your teeth into haggis, neeps and tatties before enjoying live entertainment from a Scottish piper and singer.
The event is free to enter with a wee dram on arrival with an optional £20 fee for the whisky tasting includes and live Scottish entertainment.
January 25: Black Country Living Museum, Dudley
Celebrate Burns Night with Chivas Regal Whisky and the Black Country Living Museum.
For this exclusive evening event, climb aboard the traditional bus for a journey through the museum, stopping at the Workers Institute where a welcome drink will be awaiting your arrival.
You will then settle in for an evening of traditional food; each course accompanied by a Chivas Regal Whisky.
Complete your night and enjoy an evening stroll through the Museum's gas-lit village or pop into the famous fish and chip shop to purchase your supper.
While spirits are high, there is no better way to finish off a traditional night in the pub by enjoying a sing along with the pub pianist.
Tickets cost £45.
January 25: The Wheatsheaf Hotel, Wolverhampton
Tuck into haggis, neeps and tatties served with whisky gravy at The Wheatsheef Hotel for Burns Night.
There will also be live music from Just Bev so you can dance the night away.
Tickets cost £7.
January 25: Windsor Castle Inn, Stourbridge
Stourbridge's Windsor Castle Inn will be celebrating Burns Night with an evening of whisky tasting.
The event promises to be both entertaining and informative with six different tipples for you to try and a spot of haggis, neeps and tatties.
Tickets cost £35.
January 25: The Wroxeter Hotel, Wroxeter, Shropshire
The Rotary Club of Telford Centre are set to host their annual Burns Night celebrations at The Wroxeter Hotel.
Enjoy an authentic evening with a piper followed by Ceilidh.
Tickets cost £26.
January 25: The Duke William, Stourbridge
Take a bite out of some haggis, neeps and tatties at The Duke William for Burns Night.
You can also taste six whiskies from a bygone age as part of the event.
This event is free to attend.
January 25: Priory Hall, Much Wenlock
Tuck into a Burns Night supper and Ceilidh at Much Wenlock's Priory Hall.
All profits from the event will go to the Much Wenlock Community First Responders.
Tickets cost £15.
January 25: Cleo's of Ironbridge, Telford
Celebrate Burns Night in style at Cleo's of Ironbrudge.
There will be a range of Scotch Whiskeys and other Scottish treats to enjoy, including whiskey based cocktails.
The event will also include a live performance from Lazy Marmalade.
This event is free to attend.
January 25: Birmingham Whisky Club
The Birmingham Whisky Club as well as Gordon and MacPhail invite you to a Burns' Night supper and tasting session.
You will enjoy a meal accompanied by a line up of fantastic whiskies from the Gordon and MacPhail range.
Tickets start from £25.
January 25: Brierley Hill Civic Hall
Birerley Hill Civic Hall's Burns Night Banger is a culmination of a 12 month feast of music making all to raise funds for Parkinsons UK. Funds raised so far are almost at the £5000 mark.
This has all been achieved by local artists giving up their time and performing all over the place and waiving their fee.
Hosted by Black Country Radio presenter and poet Billy Spakemon as well as singer/songwriter John Langford, the event will see performances from the likes of Prone 2 Madness, Rumour, Elton Fantastic, Giant and the Georges and more.
Tickets cost £8.
January 25: Loch Fyne Seafood and Grill, Shrewsbury
Join Loch Fyne for a memorable meal to celebrate Robert Burns’ contribution to Scottish culture.
You will enjoy three different courses of food inspired by Scotland, and you can also add three drams of whisky to your meal for just £9.
Tickets cost £26.95.
January 26 - 27: The Premier Suite, Cannock
The Premier Suite in Cannock is hosting not one, but two events to celebrate Burns Night.
On January 26 you can enjoy a dish of haggis, neeps and tatties before watching Scottish pipers, The Stirling Highland Dancers, GetIn2Scotland, Per4mance and Splash.
On top of this, revellers will also receive a free wee dram to kick off the festivities.
Visitors on January 27 can join the venue for a traditional Sunday lunch and Ceilidh to mark the holiday.
Tickets start from £5.95.
January 26: Hogarths, Solihull, Birmingham
Enjoy the best of Scottish food and a wee dram or two as you celebrate Burns Night at Hogarths.
The event will also include bagpipes, a Ceilidh band and dancing into the small hours.
Tickets cost £41.
February 1: Bridgnorth Rugby Club
With a bagpiper, singer and guest speaker, raise a toast to Burns Night at Bridgnorth Rugny Club.
You can also enjoy a supper made up of traditional food before sipping on a glass of whisky.
Tickets cost £20.