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Bricking it: Lego landmarks exhibition at the top of the Orbit

Posted at 5:30 pm, February 14, 2015 in Arts & Entertainment
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Listen up Lego lovers! This month you’ve got the opportunity to see London crafted out of lots of your favourite brightly coloured bricks. And just to bump up the ‘everything is awesome’ factor, ‘Bricks in the Sky’ is being held at the top of the ArcelorMittal Orbit.

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The exhibition will showcase Lego renditions of plenty of London’s famous buildings, including St Paul’s Cathedral, Big Ben and Battersea Power Station, as well as the iconic red phone box and Routemaster bus.

If it’s a clear day you may even be able to glimpse the real buildings as you’re stood by the Lego version 80 metres up on the upper viewing platform.

Professional Lego artist (yes, that is a real job title) Warren Elsmore will be there to chat about how he crafted the models while building a  two metre-tall model of the Orbit, live.

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If you’re already super keen and looking for tickets you can book them here and get yourself 20 percent off the price.

ArcelorMittal Orbit, Olympic Park, February 15–22, 10am–4pm. £15 adult, £7 child, £12 concession, £40 family.

Read more about Bricks in the Sky here.

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