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What's OnMidnight opening at The LEGO Store

Don't forget to bring your very best 80's swag to this exclusive event at The LEGO Store in Leicester Square!
  • Dates 15/05/2019 - 15/05/2019
  • Location 3 Swiss Court, W1D 6AP
  • Price £££
Calling all LEGO lovers!Don’t miss an awesome opportunity to show your love of LEGO at the exclusive midnight opening of The LEGO Store in Leicester Square.On Wednesday 15th May 2019 for one night only, LEGO lovers will be in for a treat with a truly unique experience at this special midnight opening at 00:01am.Why the special occasion?Be the first to snap up the new set, meet the LEGO Designer, Justin Ramsden and get the set signed. Plus, you can hang out with other awesome LEGO fans whilst enjoying “totally tubular” refreshments.What’s more, there’s a dress code for the evening – 80’s swag. So, get ready to dress to impress!What you can expectIn case you’re not familiar, The LEGO Store in Leicester Square is the WORLD’s largest LEGO store.It’s a two-story mega store where inside, everything is awesome.From LEGO bricks, box sets and lots of real-life models there’s so much you can do inside. So, check out the HUGE map of Westminster, made up entirely of LEGO bricks (of course, it is).And get ready for a selfie next to the almost life-size replica of Big Ben, made up of a whooping 200,000 LEGO bricks. Plus, did you know the clock face illuminates at night?!Or, try out the life size tube carriage where you can sit next to William Shakespeare and friends!Whatever you do, don’t miss this ultra-special midnight madness for LEGO lovers everywhere.

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