Ryan McNaught’s Brickman Experience LEGO exhibit is coming to the UK

For the first time, Ryan McNaught’s Brickman Experience is coming to the UK when it makes its debut in Leicester.

Ryan McNaught is one of the handful of people in the world with the title of LEGO Certified Professional (LCP). The judge from LEGO MASTERS Australia is bringing his touring exhibition, the Brickman Experience, to the UK for the first time.

The interactive exhibition will launch at Highcross Leicester on March 13 and run until April 20.

Over five million LEGO bricks are used in the exhibition on models including a LEGO Star Wars X-wing, Airbus A380 and a quarter scale Ferrari. The displays will also include the world’s largest LEGO flower and every James Bond built in bricks. In total, there are 60 individual models as part of the experience.

LEGO Brickman flower

“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,” says Ryan McNaught. “We’ve had huge success with the exhibition across the world, so it only seems fitting we bring it to the UK!

LEGO brings people together, everyone loves it – kids, parents, grandparents, everyone has a memory of playing with LEGO and I’m looking forward to sharing my creations with LEGO fans in Leicester and meeting all the budding brickies out there!”

“Here at Highcross we’re committed to making sure there’s something new and exciting every time one of our customers steps through our doors,” says Jo Tallack, General Manager of Highcross. “We’ve worked hard over the past few years to really step up the leisure offer at the destination, adding the likes of Treetop Adventure Golf and Social Climbing, as well as a range of F&B options like tamatanga and Kitty Café, which opens later this year.”

Tickets will be on sale from 10.00am on Friday, February 28 at the Brickman official website.

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Graham was the BrickFanatics.com Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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