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 Guy Fawkes (aka Bonfire) Night (Sun, Nov 5)
“Remember, remember the 5th of November, the gunpowder, treason and plot!" Join us at Hartwood Acres Mansion Stables for a fun family event featuring a large bonfire topped off with Guy Fawkes, fair games, food, and more!
To commemorate the start of the Centennial year of World War One we will hold a traditional short service at the 23rd Ward North Shore War Memorial (near the New Hazlett Theatre) including 2 minute silence, the Last Post will sound and we will lay a wreath of poppies. Lest we Forget!
Join us for a VIP pre-show remembrance and a look at the role Pittsburgh and its citizens played in World War I from 1-2pm on Sunday, November 12th. We will then experience the Prime Stage Theatre production of "All Quiet on the Western Front" from 2.30-4.30pm.
Building bridges across communities by driving growth in British-American culture, history, education, tradition and trade in Pittsburgh.
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