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What are Lego Singles Parties?
Lego lets you express your creativity and playfulness, so it’s a lot easier to have interesting conversation with someone after you've spent a few minutes building something together. That is the simple idea behind Lego Singles Parties. Banal chit-chat about employment status, the location of your house, or where you’re from is not a great way to make a real connection with an interesting new person. Doing something fun and engaging, like playing with lego, is!
Here’s how it works:
An even number of singles gets together in an attractive space. After a fun mini-lesson in the art of how to play nice, the group splits into pairs, and each pair spends a few minutes creating fantastical lego constructions (or weird and structurally unsound items), with music in the background and cocktails available at the bar. The pairs switch up every few minutes, for a total of around forty-five minutes to an hour. Then there’s a party afterward, with drinks flowing and music playing. You can talk with everyone you met during the lego building, compare creations and, if you like, keep playing with lego with whoever has caught your eye. The lego building has an electrifying effect on the party. Simply put, a few minutes of playing with lego is a great ice-breaker.
Lego Singles Parties
Are a new idea developed by Marcus Rowntree who also runs Eye Gazing Parties and has been featured on The Lorraine Show and in Fabulous Magazine for these events. Check out the Eye Gazing Group if you'd like to see reviews of previous events Marcus has hosted.
Everyone will get to show off their finest creations at the end of the evening. These will be photographed and added to the website. To get you in a competitive mood check out these works of art!
Any questions or suggestions please feel free to get in touch with Marcus Rowntree, the group organiser:
I decided to start Reno Motorcycle Riders Group because I wanted to be part of a group of people who enjoyed my passion... I was excited and nervous. Our group has grown by leaps and bounds. I never thought it would be this big.
— Henry, started Reno Motorcycle Riders