The ultimate interactive LEGO® adventure
The ultimate interactive LEGO® adventure, BRICKLIVE is returning to London at the city’s prestigious, Saatchi Gallery. A first ever festive special, BRICKLIVE Christmas offers the ultimate LEGO® experience for the entire family from 28 November – 8 January.
From LEGO® Christmas decorations to a dedicated Star Wars Zone, the show is a must-visit for fans of all ages and the perfect way to celebrate the festive season. Visitors can expect an interactive brick filled experience, stretching across the entire top floor of the gallery – a place renowned for its creativity and imagination.
Enthusiasts will be able to explore four themed zones and build their way through a unique seasonal journey. From Christmas and Creative zones, through to Minecraft and Galactic adventures, each zone will provide a different brick-based, interactive activity for fans to build their dream creations.
Bringing a huge variety of fun activities for both children and their parents to explore, the Christmas zone will invite visitors to help build a giant three-metre LEGO® mosaic. Not only that, but guests can stock up on Christmas gifts for even the most ardent fans – with bespoke baubles and exclusive brick-built winter roses, for sale.
Endless bricks in the Creative zone will inspire visitors to get building including a 24-metre graffiti wall giving fans the chance to make their mark. Kids (and adults too) will also have the opportunity to build their own wheeled creations, for adrenaline fuelled, ramp races.
Ahead of the release for Star Wars: The Last Jedi this December, visitors can take a trip through time with a historical display of previous official LEGO® Star Wars sets, a never before seen a six-foot long super star destroyer fleet and other amazing fan creations at the Galactic Adventure zone. Promising another LEGO® favourite, the Minecraft zone allows visitors to create their own models and of course, play the game itself on Minecraft consoles.
Ticket prices are £15 for a standard admission, or £30 for a premium ticket.