How we do it
What we do
Through our Britsburgh Societies, events and the annual Britsburgh Festival, we engage likeminded individuals with a love of all things British, whether that be beer, food, sport, music, film or even dogs…
We facilitate educational exchanges and business connections
Who we are
Passionate Black n’ Gold Pittsburger’s bringing British themed cultural and fun to our wonderful City of Pittsburgh
Our vibrant society experience
Join a wide variety of activities & events with like-minded people
25+ society meetings, 4+ premium events & 1 annual Britsburgh Festival
“Her majesty has asked me to convey to everyone involved in Britsburgh her good wishes for a successful and enjoyable event.”
Britsburgh WWI Series - Helen Clay Frick and World War I (Weds, Oct 17; 6:30-8:30PM)
Join us at The Frick Pittsburgh for nibbles, a glass of wine and listen to Robin Nicholson, Executive Director of The Frick, discuss Helen Clay Frick's volunteer and humanitarian work in Europe during World War I
Wittenberg - A comedy play by New Renaissance Theatre Co (Sat, Sept 20; 6-10PM)
Hilarity, thy name is “Wittenberg.” Join us for pre-show drinks at Voodoo Brewery in Homestead (6pm) followed by New Renaissance Theatre Company's comedy - Wittenberg!
The Extraordinary Life of Amelia Edwards & Ghost Story reading (Thurs, Oct 25; 6:30-8:30PM)
Join us in the English Nationality Room in the University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning, for a presentation on the life and work of British Victorian lady traveler, writer, suffragist and Egyptologist - Amelia Edwards, including public reading of her most famous ghost story, The Phantom Coach (1864).