Kids can go free at an exhibition in Manchester that features 100 pieces of artwork constructed from over 1 million Lego bricks.
The Art of the Brick, is a globally renowned touring exhibition made entirely out of LEGO and this half -term they are offering free child’s tickets.
From Monday 10th February to Sunday 23rd February kids can get in free so long as each is accompanied by one paying adult.
Nathan Sawaya’s ART OF THE BRICK exhibition is created with millions of LEGO building blocks and is unique in its scope which ranges from new conceptual pieces to replicas of iconic classical artwork. This travelling exhibition is one of the most extraordinary and innovative exhibitions in recent memory and it speaks to all ages.
Heralded by CNN as a global “must-see exhibition”, The Art of the Brick returns to the UK, at The Great Northern Warehouse, after five years touring around the world.
Manchester is the chosen city for this world class-exhibition to reside in, until April 20th, 2020. The Art of the Brick features 3D sculptures and oversized portraits from Sawaya’s collection, which are built from standard LEGO® bricks.
Popular pieces include My Boy, Dinosaur and captivating recreations of iconic art, including the Mona Lisa. 25 never-before-seen pieces in the UK are also showcased at the Manchester exhibition. Seen by millions, The Art of the Brick exhibition has toured globally for more than 12 years, collecting critical acclaim wherever it lands.
Tickets available via: https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/artist/1663495