Tuesday Child TV from the United Kingdom has reached out to let us know about their LEGO Building Competition. This will be aired on Channel 4 in the UK. See below for more details.
“We’re currently in production on a new competition series for Channel 4 where we will be challenging some of the best amateur LEGO builders in the UK to showcase their skills by creating some exciting new builds. It’s a televised contest where participants will take part in a number of challenges based around LEGO bricks. If you would like to find out more about the programme, or would like to receive an application form, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org”.
Toys R Us UK has reached out to let us know that they are having a LEGO Photo Contest. If you enter your photos, you can potentially win a £100 Toys R Us voucher or a LEGO City High-Speed Passenger Train. Contest opens for four weeks starting on June 1st, 2016. You can read more about it below or over here.
UK Photo LEGO Contest at Toys R Us
Take a familiar face on holiday and capture your favourite LEGO minifigure in your sightseeing snaps. Whether it’s Shark Suit Guy photobombing at the pyramids or Batman atop Blackpool Tower show us what you and your minifigure have been up to this summer. Enter your photos for the chance to win a £100 Toys R Us voucher or a LEGO City High-Speed Passenger Train (worth £99.99!).
Room for a small one?
Submit your entry online now using the form below. The top 10 photos will feature on the Toys R Us blog where you can vote for your favourite image – don’t forget to share it with your friends! The competition is open for 4 weeks from 1 June 2016.
Thank you to everyone that checked out our LEGO Disney Minifigures Series 16 Featured Review! Based on the “favorite minifigure” vote in the review, it appears that Maleficent, Ursula and Mickey Mouse are the most popular figures while Mr. Incredible and Alien are the least popular ones. If you read between the fine lines, you may have also entered our little raffle that ended on Saturday, May 14th. (:
The winners have now been determined! Congrats to David Landskroener for winning three LEGO Disney Series 16 Minifigures (Genie, Mr.Incredible and Syndrome) and Paul Horn for winning a complete set of all 16 LEGO Disney Series 16 Minifigures.
This is a friendly reminder that the Toysnbricks LEGO Caption Contest is ending soon! The first LEGO Star Wars Movie featured the famous Droid Escape scene. How would YOU like to recreate it?
Fill in the captions and you could win a brand-new LEGO Star Wars 75136 Droid Escape set! Our favorite entry will win a copy of the set. Contest runs for two weeks until April 9th! Full details available in the LEGO contest forum.
Its been a while since we had a giveaway or contest so we’re proud to launch our first ever LEGO Captions Contest! The first LEGO Star Wars Movie featured the famous Droid Escape scene. How would YOU like to recreate it?
Fill in the captions and you could win a brand-new LEGO Star Wars 75136 Droid Escape set! Our favorite entry will win a copy of the set. Contest runs for two weeks until April 9th!
LEGO Contest Rules:
-One entry per person/forum member
-Fill in all four captions (one for each minifigure); you can make a title and a brief storyline if you like
-Post your entry in this thread
-Contest is open until 21:00 PST April 9th, 2016
*All standard contest rules followed
LEGO Star Wars 75136 Droid Escape Product Description
Help the droids escape with the Death Star plans!
C-3PO and R2-D2 are in danger and they need your help to escape! Load them into the Droid Escape Pod, close the hatches and launch to safety. After landing on the nearest planet, can you keep them safe from the Jawas with their ion blasters? That’s for you to decide.
- Includes 3 minifigures: C-3PO and 2 Jawas, plus an R2-D2 Astromech Droid.
- Features opening hatches, large engines at the back and a detailed interior with space for 2 characters and a display showing the top-secret Death Star plans.
- Includes 2 Jawa ion blasters.
- Recreate the unforgettable opening scenes from Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.
- Measures over 2” (7cm) high, 5” (14cm) long and 2” (6cm) wide with hatches closed, and over 5” (13cm) wide when open.