We’re pleased to announce that tickets are now available for The Yorkshire Brick Show 2018, which will be held on the 6th and 7th of May 2018, at our new venue of Thornes Park Athletics Stadium in Wakefield.
BlockCon is returning to Sheffield for a second year and will feature LEGO® models from talented Adult and Teenage Fans of LEGO® from around the country. It will be hosted by Stackable Events and the Sheffield LEGO User Group on the 25th February 2018 at Ecclesfield Sports Centre in North Sheffield.
We aim to bring you a great LEGO® shopping experience, with handpicked, leading independent LEGO® retailers, giving you a chance to buy those collectable sets and minifigures you’ve been looking for, and providing pocket money treats for the children, as well as giving you a chance to pick up original and collectable items that you would be unable to find anywhere else.
The Yorkshire Brick Show, organised by niche events management company Stackable Events, will be back in the Wakefield District again this year. The event, which prides itself on being one of the largest exhibitions of LEGO models in the North of England, will be moving to Unity Works in Wakefield city centre after having a successful run at the National Coal Mining Museum for England.
The first annual Yorkshire Brick Show has been and gone, and what a show it was. You may have read in some of the local press (Huddersfield Examiner) that we caused a little bit of chaos at the National Coal Mining Museum. When we first booked this show, we were worried that we wouldn’t get the crowds, but we ended up with 6,600 people attending over the weekend.
Wow! I can hardly believe it’s happening, but the first, annual Yorkshire Brick Show has turned from an idea into a reality. Featuring impressive creations with LEGO bricks from Adult Fans of LEGO (AFOLs) from around the country, nay, the world, the Yorkshire Brick Show is set to be the largest annual display of LEGO models and creations that Yorkshire has ever seen.