Lego event London Brick Festival comes to London this weekend

The London Brick Festival will take place on Sunday February 12 (Pexels)
The London Brick Festival will take place on Sunday February 12 (Pexels)

The London Brick Festival is back in town for another celebration of all things Lego.

From breathtaking Lego displays to putting your building skills to the test, there will be something to enjoy for people of all ages.

The event will have a dedicated building area with an endless amount of Lego bricks for those who want to get creative. There will also be speed-building competitions with varying degrees of difficulty for children and adults, and prizes for winners.

The London Brick Festival will take place at the Royal National Hotel in central London and begins at 10am on Sunday, February 12 and ends at 5pm.

The tickets for the events have all sold out, including early bird tickets that will give attenders an extra hour of Lego fun and a free gift on entry.

Early entry tickets were £15 per person, while standard tickets were £7 for adults and £5 for children.

Guests will also have the opportunity to get their hands on a £6 large Pick & Build Cup that they can fill with the loose bricks of their choice.

If you’ve missed out on getting your hands on a ticket for this event, you can always catch Brickzone at the London Comic Con Spring 2023 event at Olympia London in Hammersmith on March 4 or March 5.

Ticket prices range from £20 to £200 depending on the passes you want to have at the event.

The Brick Festival BrickZone will also be a part of the London Film and Comic Con at Olympia London between July 7 and July 9.

Will the Brick Festival visit other cities across the UK?

Throughout 2023, the Brick Festival is set to tour across the nation, bringing joy to Lego lovers everywhere.

Here are the dates and locations of all its stops.

February 19 – Bournemouth, Littledown Centre

March 18 – Plymouth, Guildhall

March 19 – Cambridge, venue to be confirmed

March 26 – Milton Keynes, Planet Ice MK

April 2 – Doncaster, the Dome

April 8 – Blackpool, Olympia Exhibition Hall

April 22 – Maidstone, Leisure Centre

May 13 – Birmingham, the Bond at Digbeth

May 14 – Weston, Hutton Moor Leisure Centre

May 21 – Cheshunt, the Laura Trott Leisure Centre

May 27 – Newport, ICC Wales

May 28 – Carlisle, Sands Centre

June 3 – Exeter, Matford Centre

June 4 – Brentwood, the Brentwood Centre

June 10 – Liverpool, Liverpool Exhibition Centre

June 18 – Leeds, Royal Armouries

July 1 – Nottingham, Nottingham High School

July 16 – Peterborough, Bushfield Leisure Centre

July 22 – Oxford, the Kings Centre

August 5 – Norwich, SportsPark

August 12 – Hull, Allam Sports Centre

September 2 – Birmingham, NEC

October 21 – Cardiff, Cardiff International Arena