We host regular events at The Grey Horse and, in the last few months, we have welcomed a number of well-known entertainers including popular Scottish artists like Kirkcaldy-born singer Andy Chung who makes a return appearance by popular demand on Sunday, February 17 (4pm). Children can attend.
Andy (pictured) will perform in our new function suite which recently hosted a Hogmanay special featuring Garbon Visage with their brand of rock n roll, folk, country and, of course, ceilidh dancing.
Also in the diary is a charity Burns Supper in aid of St Columba’s Hospice, palliative care Edinburgh. The date for your diary is Saturday, March 2 and full details are available in the bar.
The extension has been purpose-built to cater for weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, annual dinners, corporate days, special events and funerals for up to 100 people.
We have a menu to suit all occasions and it can be tailor-made by chef to suit individual customers and we are acutely aware of allergies.
The function suite is ideal for concerts and entertainment as it has a built-in sound system and we have received an encouraging response from people interested in using the space.
The space which has already been booked by a number of local people including Lovedale Ladies, a group of women who live locally and get together once a year for a special meal.
So, if you are interested in using the function suite please contact Paul or Jane on 0131 449 2888 for further details or to book an appointment to see around the facility. We look forward to hearing from you.