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    Last chance to see Brick Wonders as 80,000 Lego fans visit exhibition at The Forum

    Press release - 15 Jan 2018

    This week is the last chance to see the exhibition before it closes on Sunday 21 January. 

    Over 80,000 LEGO® fans have visited the Brick Wonders exhibition at The Forum over the festive period.

    The free, family-friendly exhibition, curated by artist Warren Elsmore, features 500,000 LEGO® bricks and takes visitors on a journey of discovery of amazing sites from around the world.

    Tens of thousands of visitors have marvelled at the seven wonders of the ancient world and have been wowed by modern, natural and historic wonders from all seven continents. They've also got creative on the graffiti wall and at the making table.

    “The reaction to the exhibition has been fantastic, we've had visitors of all generations flocking to see it. Grandparents have had just as much fun as the little ones. This has to be, by far, the most popular exhibition we’ve held at The Forum” said Richard Fair, Events Manager.

    An additional exhibition piece is on display at local exhibition partner Jarrolds London Street Store. As the exhibition comes to an end Jarrold is offering one lucky winner the chance to win three pieces from the LEGO® 60 Years of the Brick range. The competition can be entered via the Jarrold Facebook page

    The exhibition is open daily in The Forum’s Gallery until Sunday 21 January.  Mon, Wed, Fri: 10am - 4pm. Thu, Sat & Sun: 10am - 5.30pm


    Notes to editors

    More info on Brick Wonders can be seen on social media via Twitter: @WarrenElsmore, Facebook: facebook.com/brickwarren and #BrickWonders

    About The Forum:

    • The Forum, in the centre of Norwich, is one of the UK’s most successful Millennium projects.
    • It’s a public building, open seven days a week, all year round (except Christmas Day and Boxing Day).
    • Everyone is welcome. Most of the public events, exhibitions and activities which take place at The Forum are free.
    • The Forum Trust is the independent, self-financing, charitable organisation which manages The Forum building.
    • It is responsible for The Forum’s continued development, growth and innovation.
    • The Trust works with many partners to ensure The Forum plays a valuable role in the community.
    • Click here for details about the charitable ‘project purpose’ which under-pins The Forum