The Art of the Brick offers free child places over February half term

Manchester life - The Art of the Brick - image courtesy Jack Kirwin

The renowned Lego touring exhibition The Art of the Brick is offering free child’s tickets for February half term, with one free child’s ticket with every paying adult ticket.

The Art of the Brick exhibition features just under 100 pieces of art, as award-winning artist Nathan Sawaya showcases stunning sculptures made up of more than a million iconic Lego bricks.

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.

The Art of the Brick has toured globally for more than 12 years, garnering critical acclaim around the world, leading to its description by CNN as a global ‘must-see exhibition’.

Manchester life - The Art of the Brick - image courtesy Jack Kirwin
Manchester life – The Art of the Brick – image courtesy Jack Kirwin

Where is The Art of Brick in Manchester?

The Art of Brick is housed at Manchester’s Great Northern Warehouse until 20 April 2020.  Prices start from £9.50 for children, £14.50 for adults, concessions at £12.00, and a family of four ticket priced at £42.00.

This February Half Term offer will be available from 10 February – 23 February 2020 on all pre-booked tickets and at the Box Office.

The Art of the Brick – images courtesy Jack Kirwin

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