The Coffee Chain Excites London LEGO Fans

On a cold and frosty Friday Monday on London’s Southbank, crowds gathered at the pop-up version of Bricksburg’s premier purveyor of hot beverages, The Coffee Chain. The first few lucky customers of the day were treated to a free hot drink served by stars of the movie, Chris Pratt and Tiffany Haddish. Although there was no need to part with $37, donations for UNICEF were more than welcome. For those who couldn’t get to The Coffee Chain, Warner Bros. UK were spreading the love across central London as deliveries of LEGO® brick donuts and hot drinks were dispatched to some of those who used the hashtag #EverythingIsAwesome and shared positive, awesome thoughts or pictures. The real star of the event was a upscaled Coffee Chain hut, brought to life with no fewer than 48,627 LEGO bricks by six builders, taking 236 hours to complete. It includes a LEGO coffee machine, donuts, your morning paper and a few of The LEGO Movie 2 playsets. If you missed it today, there is another chance to check it out tomorrow between 10am-5pm at Observation Point, South Bank. Southbank.


Author: Adam White

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    By the time I arrived at 2pm, it was damp and bitterly cold. Apart from the baristas, promotional staff and security guards, punters were few and far between.

    But, the free coffee was good and I won a prize too. A Lego Unikitty buildable watch. Now that is awesome!

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