The Brickish Weekend event is back at the National Space Centre in Leicester tomorrow. This Saturday and Sunday visitors to the Space Centre can immerse themselves in one of the largest displays of LEGO® creations in the UK. Members of the Brickish Association will be on hand to show off their amazing MOCs, budding builders can help create the famous Fairy Bricks mosaic and you’ll also be able to track down some LEGO goodies to continue your LEGO adventures at home. This year also marks the 40th Anniversary of Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back so expect a few LEGO Star Wars surprises. Learn more about the event over on the National Space Centre website, where you can also book tickets. You can check out what the event entails, with my show report from last years events.
For those concerned about the Convid-19, additional safety measures will be in place across the event and the team at the Space Centre and the Brickish Association, are follows the advice Public Health England.
Imagine one of the largest displays of LEGO ever created in the UK. Now you don’t have to imagine it, as the National Space Centre joins forces with the Brickish Association to create a weekend dedicated to the iconic colourful plastic brick.
Now in its tenth year, the weekend will see the whole building filled with huge LEGO creations, rare kits, planes, trains and automobiles.
- In ten years of hosting the Brickish Weekend we have displayed over 700 huge brick-built creations thanks to the Brickish Association.
- In ten years of hosting the Brickish Weekend we anticipate we have displayed over 5 million bricks.
- In ten years of hosting the Brickish Weekend, we have used over 500 tables to display the amazing exhibitions, that is 7,200ft of exhibition tables!