The immortal memory is performed by the keynote speaker as he takes to the stage to deliver his finest speech on the life of Robert Burns.  This is likely to include his politics, his literary genius, key moments in his life (both highs and lows) but above all else his nationalism.

The keynote speaker must strike a delicate balance between the serious and humorous whilst providing listeners with a colourful picture of the Scottish Bard.

The end of this fine oration is concluded with a heart-felt toast “to the immortal memory of Robert Burns.”


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