I don’t know about you but my family LOVE LEGO
On Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th June, the LEGO Friends 2012 Roadshow is goingto be at to Trafalgar Square in central London. Visitors will be introduced to the wonderful world of LEGO Friends and the five central characters; Emma, Olivia, Andrea, Stephanie and Mia who have travelled all the way from their hometown of ‘Heartlake City’. Each friend has her own hobbies and interests including animals, performing arts, invention and design.
I reviewed Lego friends in february on the blog and I loved it. I asked you ‘ what do you think of lego for girls‘ and I got some very positive commentsMy little girl is 5 and just had the music friend (whose name escapes me) and previously she got the inventors studio. They rock. She put them together herself with her big brother helping. So cute.
LEGO Friends is the must have girls’ toy of 2012, with LEGO mini-doll character figures, bright and beautiful new brick colours and extra special little details. It is not a s ‘girly’a s you might think but is definaitely the kind of lego my daughter prefers.
There will be a host of exciting activities at the roadshow for kids to get involved with.
The LEGO Friends will also host a special preview of their new animated mini-movie, so you can see what life is like in Heartlake City. If that wasn’t enough, there will be lots of LEGO Friends goodies up for grabs and you can sign up to the free LEGO Friends Club Magazine which is packed full of fun activities, games and stories.
Visit www.LEGOFriends.com for more information.
West End Live – Trafalgar Square: Sat 23rd – Sun 24th June
LEGOLAND Discovery Centre: Fri 20th – Mon 23rd July
Newcastle Metro: Sat 11th – Sun 12th Aug
Birmingham Airport: Weds 1st – Sun 4th Aug
Pony Club: Thurs 16th – Sun 19th Aug
LEGOLAND Windsor: Mon 27th Aug – Sun 2nd Sept
Westfield London: Fri 5th – Sun 7th Oct
Merry Hill: Mon 22nd – Sun 28th Oct
About LEGO Friends
LEGO launched their new girls range, LEGO® Friends, in December 2011. LEGO Friends was developed following four years of research, during which time LEGO spoke to thousands of girls and parents across the world. The research enabled LEGO to develop a range that mirrored girls’ tastes and interests, combining the opportunity for realistic role-play, creativity, and a highly detailed, character-based world with the core values of LEGO building.