Adam Brine

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    Discovery Brick Show

    Brick Alley comes to Newcastle-upon-Tyne for the first time, with our new two-day show in the Discovery Museum in the city centre. There will be LEGO displays, traders, play bricks and several varied activities too. Entry to the museum is free and includes access to the Play Bricks and many of the activities, but please note that the following: ENTRY TO THE ROOM HOSTING THE LEGO DISPLAYS AND TRADERS IS BY TICKET ONLY AND GRANTS ACCESS FOR 2 HOURS. TICKETS ARE PRICED FROM £5 PER PERSON (PLUS BOOKING FEE) AND EVERYONE ATTENDING MUST HAVE A TICKET. ADVANCE BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL AND TICKETS ARE LIMITED DUE TO CAPACITY RESTRICTIONS DUE TO FIRE REGULATIONS. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A TICKET YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ACCESS THE DISPLAY AND TRADER AREA OF THE MUSEUM To purchase tickets please go to the following link on this page: Please note there will only be 300 tickets per session and only two sessions per day (plus a Special Needs hour on Sunday morning) due to venue fire regulations. Our last (free entry) event in Shildon attracted 8,000 over the weekend, so to repeat - advance booking is essential. "Are you ready for a LEGO-filled day out you and your family won’t forget? Brick Alley LEGO User Group are proud to present Discovery Bricks LEGO Show in The Great Hall of Newcastle’s brilliant Discovery Museum. See some of the newest LEGO models and displays from a hand-picked selection of the best LEGO builders in the UK. From LEGO cities to Ninjago, Friends and trains to spaceships and more, we’ll have some of the UK’s best amateur LEGO builders to showcase their work. Explore our range of specially-selected LEGO traders and sellers. From pocket money toys to hard-to-find LEGO sets and accessories, there’s something for every LEGO fan! Take part in a range of LEGO activities that all the family can enjoy around the museum itself (activities with the galleries are open to all museum visitors not just ticket holders). It’s not all about the LEGO, either – the museum is open for all to explore, with 4 floors of exhibitions and displays covering science, technology and local history. A great family day out! October 2018 brings Newcastle’s biggest LEGO show across two fun-filled days. Sessions will run on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 October from 11am - 1pm and 2-4pm. There is a relaxed session for SEND visitors and their families on Sunday morning between 9.30-10.30am. Tickets priced from £5 per person (every adult and child attending needs to have a ticket) plus booking fee. Advance booking essential."
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    Shildon Brick Show

    Brick Alley returns to the Locomotion National Railway Museum in Shildon, for our 3rd year. With in excess of 35 expected AFOL exhibitors from multiple LUG's across the UK, + traders in attendance and visitor numbers from previous year's around 8,000, this is our main event of the year. Includes, MOC's from a wide range of themes, Spot the Minifigure Competition, Brick pits, Speed Builds, STEM activities and displays, and much more still being planned for visitors. Exhibitors will benefit from an Event Brick, Event Support offering, free lunch, and a social event with meal and exhibitor raffle on the Saturday evening, at a nearby location. Free entry and free parking. Open 10am-4pm both days. Keep checking back for updates throughout the year.