BritWeek Visits Orlando



BritWeek has announced its first appearance in Central Florida from November 5th – 9th, 2014.

A number of exciting and innovative events will take place during the week and it all starts at 7pm on Friday 5th November with a British cocktail party that will be hosted by Aston Martin Orlando.  The evening of entertainment will include a British fashion show, British music, hors d’oeuvres, casino tables and  martinis – shaken of course! Guests of Honour to include: Her Majesty’s Consul General Dave Prodger, BritWeek Co-Founder Sharon Peirce, Local Community leaders, Orlando City Soccer’s Phil Rawlins and Adrian Heath, UK Trade and Investment, Central Florida’s British American Business Community & Business Leaders .

Tickets to the event are available here and will benefit Dreamflight Children’s Charity.

BritWeek is a non-profit organization, started in Los Angeles in 2007 by Nigel Lythgoe and the then Consul General Bob Peirce, to highlight the creative fusion between the United Kingdom and California. Miami was added to the mix in March 2013 and now it is Orlando’s turn to shine.

BritWeek, Inc., is a 501(C)3 Organization, and was formed to educate the general public about the contributions of the British to California, in particular, and the United States in general, and to do other and various good (public) works. In furtherance of these endeavors, the organization hosts and publicly supports a number of events open to the general public that focus on the British contribution to film, fashion, music, the automotive industry and science.

BritWeek’s mission is to create greater awareness of the many ways in which Britain and the US work closely together, and further build this relationship to advance business, the arts, and philanthropy in both of these thriving regions of the world.

BritWeek’s philanthropic contributions have included fundraising for numerous charities, including Malaria No More, Save the Children, LA’s BEST, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and Big Brothers Big Sisters, and programs promoting children’s sports, children’s literacy and international professional internships.

The week rounds off with British Bonfire Night.  A tradition that started in 2008, the outdoor family festival ends BritWeek with live music, a massive bonfire, impressive fireworks and British everything from food to drink to music. The night is about British American fun for all and this community event anticipates attendance of 2500-3000 local and visiting Brits and Anglophiles. It is undoubtedly Florida’s biggest British event and is open to the public with a $5 admission fee for those aged age 2 and over.
British Bonfie night details:

November 8, 2015. 5:30-10pm
Formosa Gardens Blvd (the open fields)
Kissimmee, Fl 34747

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