Here’s our blog posts about LEGO bricks and museums.
Bricks McGee work with museums throughout the UK to deliver engaging, entertaining LEGO workshops, so perhaps we could bring some of the magic of LEGO creativity to your venue?
Join us for three days of workshops with LEGO bricks at the National Trust’s Shugborough Hall property in Staffordshire this October half term.
Looking for ideas for activities for Christmas and the winter break? Check out our LEGO Christmas workshop ideas.
In place our the physical LEGO show for Shildon Brick Show this November 2020, Brick Alley will host a small virtual event with Locomotion, our host venue.
Locomotion has released a day of free LEGO workshops during October half term for eager builders.
Join Bricks McGee for virtual LEGO workshops during the COVID-19 lockdown. Regular events are open to the public (booking required), and are a great activity to get your kids thinking creatively.
I’ve been hiring LEGO bricks out for corporate clients for many years now, and have been lucky enough to have been contracted by clients such as IKEA, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums, and museums, universities and schools up and down the UK. From hires of a single day, to hires of many weeks and […]
Katie is the LEGO Coordinator for Thackray Medical Museum. They’re building a large LEGO model to raise £150,000 for museum development – very cool! We talk to Katie about her job and the LEGO model.
Celebrating six years of Bricks McGee – LEGO workshops and model commissions for museums, schools and corporate clients.
I’m very excited to announce on behalf of Brick Alley LEGO User Group Discovery Brick Show at the brilliant Discovery Museum in Newcastle upon Tyne this coming October.
I gave a talk at this year’s Fan Weekend in Portugal on the topic of How Not To Run A LEGO Show; what follows is a summary of my points for those who couldn’t make it, as the session wasn’t filmed. I’ve managed to attend many LEGO shows over the last 4 or 5 years, either […]