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What would be your ideal Lego show?
Looking at the feedback from the Birmingham show it seems that while many enjoyed it, it didn't suit everybody.
I'm interested to see what people's ideal show would look like, both from an exhibitor / retailer's point of view, and as a visitor.
How big a venue?
What facilities would it have?
What balance of retail space vs display space vs 'play' space?
How long? 2 days? 3? 4?
How much difference would it make if Lego had an 'official' presence?
What are your priorities when visiting> Displays? Retail opportunities? Meeting up with like-minded friends?
Everyone complains if the tickets are too expensive, but you can't charge exhibitors as they're a main draw for a lot of people, so how do you think the show ought to be funded, and what's a reasonable price to pay?
I'll just make it clear that I'm not about to set up a show(!), but while many people are quick to vocalise what they don't like about a thing, the things they did like (or would have liked) don't get mentioned so much.
Just trying to build up a hypothetical picture of 'the perfect Lego show'.
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