The National Exhibition Centre (NEC) is set to host Brick 2015, a fun exhibition based on the popular children’s building block, Lego. The last Lego exhibition took place in London, and NEC managing director Kathryn James said: “The NEC provides the perfect backdrop to grow the Brick 2015 show, spreading the fun across the UK"

"With this in mind we believe that the NEC edition of Brick can become the exhibition’s national event, joining the ranks of other leading UK consumer events, the majority of which are hosted at the NEC.
“The NEC has unrivalled transport links by road and rail, which means excited fans from across the UK will be able to travel with ease to our venue to experience what we are confident will be a fantastic show.”
The Ticket Factory contract with Brick Shows Ltd. will include the management of advance sales, ticket fulfilment and marketing support for Brick 2015 at the NEC. The ticketing agent will also manage the on-site ticket box office during the show.
TFF managing director Stuart Cain said: “The guys at Brick have created a brilliant show, building on the global appeal of a real classic brand.  I can’t imagine many people that haven’t played with it at some point in their childhood – and beyond for the more creative adult.”
Brick Shows director Clive Nørgaard Morton said: “The response to our inaugural show in London was incredible, with tickets selling out much faster than anticipated. When we started talking about a second location, the obvious place to bring Brick was to Birmingham so we can welcome Lego fans from all over the West Midlands and beyond. It's the ideal place to spend the October half-term.”

Brick 2015 will take place at the NEC from 29 October to 1 November.
Brick is the latest contract win for the ticket agency, whose other clients include the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS Chelsea Flower Show), Haymarket Exhibitions (Clothes Show Live) and River Street Events (BBC Good Food Shows and BBC Gardeners’ World Live).