WELCOME TO BRICKLIVE IN THE PARK
Built for Brick Fans
20 - 24 AUGUST 2022, EVOLUTION LONDON, BATTERSEA PARK
An interactive fun and educational day out for the whole family. BRICKLIVE In The Park is a perfect opportunity to spend time together and build magical memories among thousands of bricks and awe-inspiring models.
Take yourself on a brick-built adventure this summer at BRICKLIVE in the Park. Discover a world of giant sculptures, tour through a land of mythical beasts, navigate through our Animal Safari and build your own creations in multiple themed zones. All this and so much more!
Let your imaginations run wild with 1,000’s of bricks to build, play and create with! There is something for everyone at BRICKLIVE in the Park.
Come and witness some of the biggest and most impressive brick models all under one roof. From a fire breathing Dragon to a full-size Formula E race car!
Travel through worlds on a whole new brick adventure. Navigate through the labyrinth of mythical creatures, travel through outer space and rummage through an animal filled jungle.
Evolution London, Battersea Park
Riverbank Business Park, Chelsea Brg, London SW11 4NJ
Evolution London’s highly convenient central location means it is positioned closely to multiple transport routes. Situated on Queenstown Road in Battersea Park, the venue is easily accessible from the underground via Battersea Power Station or Sloane Square, Victoria Main Line Station and by bus or taxi. See below for the easiest ways to access the venue from various popular public transport routes in London. Vehicle access is via the Chelsea Bridge Gate only.
Underground: Battersea Power Station, Sloane Square, Victoria
UK Rail: London Victoria, Battersea Park, Queenstown Road
Bus: 137, 44 & 452
BRICKLIVE In the Park is open from 20-24th August 2022 with two daily timed sessions.
Saturday 20th, Session 1: 10am – 1pm / Session 2: 2pm – 5pm
Sunday 21st, Session 1: 10am – 1pm / Session 2: 2pm – 5pm
Monday 22nd, Session 1: 10am – 1pm / Session 2: 2pm – 5pm
Tuesday 23rd, Session 1: 10am – 1pm / Session 2: 2pm – 5pm
Wednesday 24th, Session 1 : 10am – 1pm / Session 2: 2pm – 6pm
Q: Will the event sell out?
A: Based on previous shows in 2014 and 2015, there is a strong possibility of selling out as our daily capacity is limited due to restrictions currently in place. BRICKLIVE in The Park is the largest event of its kind to take place in the UK this year, and we are expecting to sell out. We therefore advise that you purchase your tickets online before the event (and save money), but there may still be tickets available at the venue’s box office during the event.
Q: Will I have to queue to enter the show even though I’ve purchased my tickets online in advance?
A: If you have purchased advance tickets to BRICKLIVE in the Park, you will not have to queue at the Box Office to purchase tickets, but you may have to join the entrance queue… Don’t worry, we will try our hardest to get you in as soon as possible. If you and your family arrive before the start of the day, you will need to wait until the session starts. If you don’t buy your tickets in advance, we cannot guarantee there will be tickets available on the day.
Q: Is my ticket good for only one day or the whole weekend?
A: The ticket you purchase online is valid only for the date or session you purchase it for. For example, if you purchase tickets for Saturday Session 1, you will only be admitted for Saturday Session 1.
Q: Can I switch my tickets to another day or session?
A: While we cannot guarantee the option of switching days or session times, if you email us beforehand requesting a switch, we will assist you as best we can, pending availability.
Q: Do I need to print out my tickets?
A: Tickets purchased online can be either printed out and brought with you to the event, or shown on your phone at the door, though we advise printing your tickets before arriving at the venue to ensure a smooth entry. If you are unable to print your tickets before the event, please bring your order number to the venue Box Office.
Q: Do I have to buy a ticket for an adult that is not participating in the activities?
A: Yes. Anyone three years old and above entering the event must purchase a ticket. The event is designed to be interactive for attendees of all ages. Adults, children, and seniors are encouraged to participate in each of the activities. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Q: My name is on my confirmation, but I will not be the one attending the event. How do I change the name on the confirmation?
A: The name on the confirmation only refers to the individual that purchased the ticket. If the order is valid, entry will be fine.
Q: My ticket says I will need to bring a photo ID of the ticket purchaser and credit card used to purchase the tickets, what if I don’t have those?
A: These cards are not required. A photo ID and/or credit card make it easier to verify an order in our database. However, if you received the tickets as a gift and do not have these forms of identification, we will still be able to verify your tickets.
Q: Are toddlers allowed in for free?
A: Yes. Children three years-old and younger do not need a ticket.
Q: How is the show structured? Can I leave early? Will I be able to come back into the event if I leave?
A: Visitors may arrive and leave anytime within their booked session hours. If you decide to leave BRICKLIVE in the Park, you will be allowed to re-enter with a pass (we will be using ticket stubs and/or hand stamps to verify admission, so please ask before you leave the venue).
Q: Are there food stalls at the show?
There are many food options for you to choose from at Evolution London including restaurants and cafes. You are also allowed to bring your own refreshments into the show.
Q: Can I bring a pushchair to BRICKLIVE in the Park?
A: Yes, pushchairs are allowed at the event.
Q: Can I buy coffee?
A: There are many on-site cafes and restaurants to choose from, plus there will be tea and coffee concessions within the show.
Q: How accessible is the event for those with special needs?
A: BRICKLIVE in the Park offers an assortment of interactive activities that reach all learning styles and levels of interest. For those who need it, there is disabled parking close to the entrance of the venue, and the show is all on one level, making it easy for wheelchair access. Please consult the venue website for details.
Seating areas are located throughout the event space for your convenience. Guide dogs for the blind and service dogs for people with disabilities are welcome. All visitors, including those in wheelchairs and those with special needs, will find BRICKLIVE in the Park to be a fun, enriching and educational experience.
Q: May my child attend the event without an adult?
A: For everyone’s safety, children, and youth under the age of 16 must always be supervised by an accompanying adult during their visit.
Q: Can my child bring their own brick creations they built at home to BRICKLIVE in the Park?
A: We do not encourage children to bring homemade creations to BRICKLIVE in the Park. There are plenty of bricks at the event to build with.
Q: Can my child bring their creation(s) built at BRICKLIVE in the Park home with us?
A: The creations made at BRICKLIVE in the Park need to be left at the show for others to play with. At the end of each session, the creations are taken apart and sterilised so that they can be re-used for the next session attendees.
Q: Are there cloakroom facilities at Evolution?
Q: Can I pay by debit card at the door?
A: Yes, if there are tickets available, you may purchase tickets on the day via debit card.) We will not accept credit cards at the door.
Q: Are dogs allowed into the show?
A: Only guide dogs are allowed in the show.
Evolution London is conveniently located in the heart of Battersea Park. The closest car park to the venue is Chelsea Wharf car park located on Carriage Drive North. The car park can be accessed through Chelsea Bridge Gate, and is located on the right hand side of the road.
Nearest Car Park
CHELSEA WHARF CAR PARK
CARRIAGE DRIVE NORTH, LONDON SW114BE
We want your visit to BRICKLIVE in the Park to be creative, and we encourage everyone attending to get involved and have fun, and be sure to play safe. To ensure a safe environment for all attendees, the organisers request you follow some basic rules:
Children should always stay with their parent or guardian
Always walk, do not run
Be respectful of all other visitors
Know where the ‘Lost Children Meeting Point’ is located (by the entrance)
Be aware of current COVID restrictions that could be put in place
All bags will be checked upon entrance and exit to and from BRICKLIVE in the Park. Guests should be prepared to open their bags for inspection and may be asked by security staff to shift and possibly remove the contents. The following items are not allowed inside the event:
Your own brick-built structures
Animals (with the exception of guide dogs)
The show has a full-time First Aid service provided. A trained medical professional will be in the show during open hours.
The organisers of BRICKLIVE in the Park believe that it is always unacceptable for a child or young person to experience abuse of any kind and recognises its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all children and young people, by a commitment to practice which protects them.
We recognise that:
The welfare of the child or young person is paramount.
All children, regardless of age, disability, gender, racial heritage, religious belief, sexual orientation, or identity, have the right to equal protection from all types of harm or abuse;
Working in partnership with children, young people, their parents, carers and other agencies is essential in promoting young people’s welfare.