Last weekend we attended the inaugural Awesome Bricks Show at Scotland’s National Museum of Flight. The show was attended by some of Scotland’s best builders as well as some international talent from Norway’s Are J. Heiseldal. For those who wanted some hands on action there was also a brick pit, train tracks and other fun actives, which all took place under the svelte shadow of Concorde!
Representing Brick to the Past was Dan Harris, who had along with him our fierce band of LEGO Vikings. Dan said:
“This show was an absolute joy. The museum makes a great venue and there was a really nice chilled out atmosphere among the displayers and visitors. I even got to play a few games of Ard Ri – the current score being Visitors 2, Dan 1; these kids are smart!”
We’re really hoping that the show is held again next year and becomes a permanent fixture in the LEGO calendar. Talk of next year is already underway and we will definitely be back!
All the models on display at the show are available for rent. See our commercial page or contact us for more information.
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