Lego fans can unite this month, as the first Reading Brick Show comes to town.

It will bring together fantastic Lego models made by the most talented builders in the UK, as well as lots of fun games and activities for visitors of all ages.

The two day Lego show will feature interactive games such as the unique Lego slot car track, Lego Technic 4x4 course, and a 10-metre downhill Pinewood Derby track.

The very popular Lego Robot Wars arena will also make its debut in Reading at the show.

For the creative visitors, there will be thousands of bricks to build with in the brick pit and for the artistic types, the large Lego mosaic art gallery will give them the opportunity to put their ideas down in bricks.

Erica Grieve, Reading Brick Show organiser, said: "The wide range of expertly created Lego models will thrill visitors.

"From fairgrounds, spaceships and princesses to the mesmerising Great Ball Contraption display, there is something for everyone.

"You must visit the glow room and pitch-black room, both will captivate you with their beauty.”

The Reading Brick Show is partnering with Fairy Bricks – a charity who donate Lego sets to sick children in hospitals all across Europe.

Proceeds from the show’s ticket sales will enable the organisers of the Reading Brick Show to give sets to the children at Royal Berkshire Hospital.

Unique to this show, the organisers are working with local children, who will build some fun models from their own imaginations which will be displayed at the Brick Show.

Erica added: "We are very excited to bring a new type of Lego show experience to the UK, but even more excited to showcase it in our home town of Reading.

"Some of our interactive games are unique to the Reading Brick Show - you won’t have seen them at any other event in the world."

The event will be opened by Mayor of Reading councillor Debs Edwards.

Tickets are available to buy at

Prices start from only £9 per person which is a 10 per cent discount on the door price.

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The show will take place at Rivermead Leisure Centre on February 23 and 24.