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About the Group Companies:
Brick Live Group Brick Live is a network of partner-driven fan-based shows using BRICKLIVE created content worldwide. The Company owns the rights to BRICKLIVE - an interactive experience built around the creative ethos of the world's most popular construction toy - LEGO® bricks.
BRICKLIVE actively encourages all to learn, build and play, and provides an inspirational central space where like-minded fans can push the boundaries of their creativity. Brick Live Group is not associated with the LEGO Group and is an independent producer of BRICKLIVE.
Parallel Live Group
Parallel Live owns the rights to promote BRICKLIVE in the USA. It is responsible for running and promoting those shows through its US joint venture, Parallel Three Six Zero together with its joint venture partner Live Nation Entertainment, Inc. The first show was held at The Star in Frisco, Dallas, Texas in January 2019.
Bright Bricks Bright Bricks Ltd was established in 2010 and has built over 1,000 models made from more than 60 million LEGO® bricks since then. Clients include major blue chip companies such as: Rolls-Royce, Google, BT, Land Rover, Warner Brothers, LEGO Group, General Electric, The National Gallery, Maersk and Lufthansa.
Union Jack Oil plc is an onshore oil and gas exploration company with a focus on drilling, development and investment opportunities in the United Kingdom hydrocarbon sector listed on the London Stock Exchange AIM market (Ticker: UJO). Our strategy is the rapid appraisal and exploitation of the assets currently owned.
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