Brick 2014 just a few weeks away


We’ve just heard weekend tickets are all gone for the 29th/20th November part of this epic LEGO gathering but they’ve extended the hours for the thursday/Friday (27th/28th Nov) event so you can get down after work/school. With shedloads of stuff going on, here’s the lowdown – LEGO Minecraft will be encouraging folk to come and help build a huge Minecraft terrain out of LEGO bricks and test out the latest sets with the LEGO Minecraft design team on hand to chat…See LEGO Mindstorms EV3 professionals at the show to demonstrate the very latest LEGO Mindstorms kits. DK will be giving away a free LEGO Batman Minifigure to every visitor at the show, there’s a museum of LEGO showcasing what LEGO of old looks like. And so to other happenings, *takes a deep breath* See the Great Ball Contraption, Graffiti Wall, over 50 LEGO trains on a special track courtesy of Bricktivity, help build the BRICK 2014 LEGO Mosaic, Incredible, huge models on show from Bright Bricks, buy rare and vintage LEGO sets and parts in the Brick Lane Marketplace *breathe* mess about with the remote control VOLVO L350F wheel loader diggers, which are made up of over 1600 individual pieces and see its real-life big brother, see Jason, Steven and the team from The Brick Show will be making their first trip ever to the UK to appear in the Live Stage show and review the latest LEGO sets and there are workshops, fanzones and build-offs – Did we mention the Go Kart track? Tickets this way





About Peter Jenkinson

Peter Jenkinson
Toyologist Pete Jenkinson regularly writes about toys in national newspapers like The Sun and The Mail. This super-dad has an unmatched passion and dedication for trying and testing the latest, coolest and most interesting offerings from the world of toys.

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