Bricks at Home arrives on YouTube

The live streamed Bricks at Home event, run by Brick Alley LUG and London AFOLs, is now available on YouTube.

This year has seen the LEGO event calendar disrupted, with dozens of fan-driven events cancelled. To help fill the void, Brick Alley LUG and London AFOLs teamed up to run Bricks at Home, a two day live streamed event that allowed talented builders to share their incredible creations with other LEGO enthusiasts.

Registration for the live version of the event filled up, but those who missed out on July 25 and 26 can now catch up with some of the sessions on YouTube, with more to follow soon.

Session 1: Weird & Wonderful LEGO Models is presented by yours truly, featuring an incredible Jurassic Park layout from Alan Hargreaves, the iconic Star Wars Mos Eisley spaceport from Matt Kirby, a working fairground from Mark and Judi Kraska and Andy Back’s Rock Raiders collection.

From the event’s second day, Dan Harris presents Building Historical LEGO Models, a look at how the Brick to the Past collaborators manage to capture the essence of the past in their beautiful historical layouts.

The rest of the weekend’s videos will be shared on the Brick Alley LUG YouTube channel soon.

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Graham

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