San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Duncan Titmarsh the only UK LEGO® Certified Professional and Ed Diment LEGO® Professional LEGO Artist from Bright Bricks have joined forces with Bricks UK for the Exhibition of LEGO models being held at Sandown Park London over the August Bank Holiday.
Sandown Park venue has replaced The RAF Museum venue due to capacity and space for the models to be displayed.
There will be a great deal of activities and fun going on for everyone at Bright Bricks - Bricks UK Exhibition of LEGO at Sandown Park.
- Bright Bricks LEGO models on display
- LEGO models by Adult Fans of LEGO on display
- Ed Diment Professional LEGO Artist from Bright Bricks conducting an interactive live build – come and help with the build
- Workshops every day (limited places and are subject to availabilty) fee payable on the day.
- The LEGO MOVIE 2014 showing all day.
- Voting for your favourite Children’s and Adults LEGO competition models
- Fairy Bricks LEGO children’s charity - Mosaic build
- Fairy Bricks - Live build of the Sydney Opera House
- Advance ‘Build your own’ LEGO competition
- LEGO building play area
- Minifigure™ hunt competition
- 'Draw your favourite model' section
- Refreshments café and restaurant in the venue
- Shops selling LEGO products and accessories
- FREE Parking
- and much, much more being added every day…
Children's games play an important and vital part in child development. Children love to play and use their imagination. New experiences can be tried in a safe environment. Children (and adults) enjoy gadgets and working machines, especially where they can interact with them. Many key life skills are developed through play, including motor skills, making mistakes and rectifying them, problem solving, experimentation, trial and improvement and creative thinking.
In designing this entertaining event, Bright Bricks and Bricks UK have concentrated on the level of attraction and excitement shown by each child and adult as they identify with the exhibits and activities presented.
We use this excitement to improve our visitors’ general knowledge and understanding of the underlying principles displayed in the models. Using the familiar environment of LEGO bricks, and the demonstration of models that every child loves, visitors can connect with the exhibits, generating curiosity and enabling participants to gain more understanding of how the exhibits work.
In addition to the creation of curiosity and investigation of the exhibits achieved through playing with some of the interactive models.