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LEGO House Pre-Opening

We were recently invited to the pre-opening of the LEGO House in Billund, Denmark. The House is an awesome experience showcasing all things LEGO brick related. Also known as “Home of the Brick”, LEGO House is fittingly located in Billund, where the LEGO brick was invented and the adventure began. LEGO House offers children and adults a fascinating opportunity to combine bricks and creativity. With another 500 or so other LEGO fans, we got to experience the very unique building with six experience zones over 3 floors, there is something for every LEGO fan, from the Masterpiece Gallery to the History Collection which displays the whole history of the brick and the company. We tried out everyth

Reading on Thames Festival

As part of the Reading on Thames Festival, we held a huge public brick building event in Broad Street Mall, in Reading, where we constructed a 14 metre long model of the Thames River as it winds it way through Reading and then got local families to come and build their own part of the town to create one giant scene. The event was held over the two days and saw hundreds of locals come down to get stuck into the tens of thousands of LEGO bricks to create everything to do with Reading, from their own homes, boats, swans, iconic buildings, to bridges and even the Forbury Lion statue. For the start of the event, we pieced together the pre-built sections of the 14 metre long river model and then i

Heritage Open Days Meet & Greet

As part of the national Heritage Open Days, we were invited to host a meet and greet at Waterstones book store in Reading, Berkshire. We talked about the work we produced for the LEGO 365 things to with LEGO bricks book. It was great chatting to the children and their families about our work and models in the book. There were some of the models from the book for people to look at and see how they were constructed.

Reading on Thames Festival Launch Party

We were invited to the launch party for the Reading on Thames Festival as one of the artists involved. Appropriately, the party was held on a boat on the River Thames with many other artists and sponsors taking part. As we were providing a big LEGO brick building event for the festival as well as building a 14m long river model, we were asked to bring a part of the model and some loose bricks for people to build with. This proved very popular with guests building the local town hall, a dragon and even the Abbey ruins. With a few speeches and some great food, the party was a great way to meet fellow artists and the amazing sponsors of the event. We will be at Broad Street Mall on the 16th and

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