LEGO Star Wars: Golden Brickies Award

LEGO Star Wars: Golden BrickiesYou probably know we’re fans of LEGO here at Geek-Speak, and the LEGO Star Wars range is a great mashup of building fun and sci-fi goodness. Well, the guys at LEGO have been running a competition over the last few weeks for fans, builders, budding photographers and film makers.

In honour of the Star Wars film franchise, and in anticipation of the upcoming Episode VII, LEGO asked families across the UK to participate in their Golden Brickies, which will culminate in a red carpet celebration event at LEGOLAND Windsor.

The idea is to create a LEGO Star Wars scene, whether that’s static or in movie form, for some fantastic prizes:

  • An invitation to the ceremony at LEGOLAND on 11th October
  • A chance to meed Warwick Davis (Wicket the Ewok from Return of the Jedi), and the guys behind LEGO Star Wars
  • A year’s supply of LEGO Star Wars goodies
  • An annual pass for a family of four to LEGOLAND Windsor
  • Entry to LEGOLAND Windsor after the ceremony
  • A bespoke C-3PO award

LEGO Star Wars Casting Couch

Now sadly, at this point entries are closed, but if you want to see some of the entries you should head on over to the LEGO Facebook page and specifically the Golden Brickies app to take a peek. And, of course, we’ll be very interested to see what the winning entries are once the judging and ceremony have taken place on the 11th of October.

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