The haggis was piped in by Conal Curran better known for his uilleann piping but equally at home with both the Scottish Highland pipes and their close cousin the Scottish small pipes.
Anne Harte recited Robbie Burns famous toast to the haggis composed it is said on the spot in celebration of Scotland's National dish.
The various club groups performed an extensive repertoire of Scottish songs mostly from the pen of Robbie Burns but also including some from the older Gaelic tradition learned on the many exchange trips with the Isle of Skye.
The instrumentalists performed a varied selection of Scottish airs, jigs, reels , strathspeys, hornpipes which now form part of the regular Armagh Pipers Club curriculum and these were interspersed with Scottish social dances . The night concluded with a full rendition of Auld Land Sang led by the clubs senior singing group.