Lego fans can once again enjoy the building artworks of Australia’s Lego Certified Professional.
The Brickman Experience is set to open once more in Leicester, after the Covid-19 pandemic saw the exhibit closed prematurely.
Showcasing the work of Lego Certified Professional Ryan McNaught, 2020 is the first time the Brickman Experience has arrived in the UK. Over 5m Lego Brick have been used in the construction of a range of more than 50 models including a Lego Star Wars X-wing, an Airbus A380 and a quarter-scale Ferrari. The Brickman Experience also includes the world’s largest Lego flower and every James Bond featured in a brick mosaic.
When the exhibit first opened, Ryan McNaught commented: “I am really excited that the Brickman Experience is heading to Leicester. This exhibition is very special to me because it is the original collection of my individual works, brought together in one space, for everyone to enjoy. We’ve had huge success with the exhibition across the world, so it only seems fitting we bring it to the UK.”
Measures have been taken to protect visitors who wish to attend the exhibition. A statement on the official website reads: “We are working with safety professionals who have advised us and risked assessed the re-opening of the Brickman event. The relaunch has taken into account all of the government legalisation, regulation and advise, and therefore does of course mean that the look and feel of the event will be slightly different.”
The Brickman Experience is suitable for kids aged 14 and over, and is hosted at Highcross Shopping Centre in Leicester. Tickets are available here.