BRICKLIVE Birmingham Begins

Get ready for four days of LEGO® fun as BRICKLIVE Birmingham kicks off today. There’s plenty to see and do including Warrior Bots and Mythical Beasts from Bright Bricks. Various zones based on your favourite LEGO playthemes including LEGO City, Star Wars, Minecraft, Friends and many more. Unleash your creative spark in huge brick-pits and help build the Fairy Brick mosaic. Check out numerous fan builds and take home some LEGO themed goodies from Brick Lane. Tickets are still available for all four days, and you can either buy online or from the venue. General admission begins at 10:30am daily.

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  1. very disappointed this year, sorry. think this was our 4th year and probably the last. Less displays by fans to look at, less stalls and very over priced parking at the NEC, £16 “for the privilege to park” i was told by the staff member when asked if car park had security on barrier to prevent car theft he said no, £16 for the privilege to park here.

    Badly signed posted this year too, had to ask staff the way a couple of times as road matrix signs on site only said “all other show traffic” and not Brick or Bricklive like it has done in the past, add to it the confusion of being in a different hall this year, meant lots of u-turns and mounting frustration even before getting in to the show.

    once in the show i was immediately shocked with how little there appeared to be, I have been recommending this show to friends from all over, to take their kids and to those who are AFOL’s and this year i will be saying do not go. even some of the stall holders were saying how disappointed they were and that they will seriously consider whether next year will be viable or not.

    we stayed a couple of hours after seeing it all 2 or 3 times, bought bits from trade stands and then boredom and tempers from boredom got too much. so we decided to leave earlier than planned and drive back home. (near liverpool). probably our last year and doubt will be recommending it for next year. sorry.

    maybe if you can find a more suitable venue, somewhere that people visiting do not have to pay a fortune to park on top of the price of the ticket , you may find more people willing to end, which will help boost trade stands.

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