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 with British roots bringing British themed cultural 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.”
Enjoy a glass of wine or beer with Shakespearean art by local Pittsburgh artist Richard Claraval in his new exhibition 'Shakespeare Drawings'. Scenes from a variety of related plays will be acted out that will bring the art to life! Learn about the art as Richard leads us through his work. Free; suggested donation $10.
Dogfish Head Brewery is known as the ‘renegade’ in brewing circles and was founded by Sam Calagione from Maine, New England in 1995. Come join us to Meet the Brewery at the Railyard Grill & Tap Room in Bridgeville. $10 for Britsburgh Beer Society members.
A tour of their worlds. Literary small group tour of England. Spend a week in Jane Austen’s world...includes a visit to Chawton Great House and Chawton Cottage. Explore the unique habitat of the moors, passing Haworth and many places of interest to lovers of the three Brontë sisters literary works. The scenic Lake District includes a visit to Beatrix Potter's Hill Top and William Wordsworth house at Rydal Mount.
Building bridges across communities by driving growth in British-American culture, history, education, tradition and trade in Pittsburgh.
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