Brickman Up Late program part of Nights at the Museum
Brickman Up Late program part of Nights at the Museum. Image: Australian Museum
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Our Brickman Up Late events bring all kinds of LEGO® focused fun for all ages. Part of our weekly Nights at the Museum program, these special nights celebrate science, creativity and delve into the incredible world of LEGO®. There will be live music, food and a pop-up bar. Plus, you may be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the Brickman himself!

Make a night of it and book your tickets to Jurassic World by Brickman®.

Thursday 26 May - Brickman Up Late: Trivia

Do you know your Iguanodons from your Theropods? It’s time to rumble in the jungle and test your knowledge at our after-hours trivia with a Jurassic twist.

Join Breko, the titan of the Sydney trivia scene, as he brings his unique quest for knowledge to the Nights at the Museum bar. With a dino-rama building competition, games, prizes and a cameo from Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught, what better way to spend your Thursday night?

Don’t forget to bring your LEGO® Minifigures to play swapsies at the Minifigure Wall.

Also, back by special demand, be awe-inspired by the incredible LEGO® My Own Creation (MOC) fan-built mini museum by teenage prodigy, Harper Watts.


James Breko has been developing his popular Trivia experience for the last 6 years in local venues all over Sydney. During lockdown he quickly pivoted into hosting online Trivia for work teams across the Country.

He’s thrilled to be back in venues and to be at the Australian Museum for this program. He is also the founder of DIY Rainbow & also served on the Board of the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras for 3 years.

Trivia host, James Breko
Trivia host, James Breko Image: Supplied
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Ryan McNaught, aka ‘The Brickman’, is a LEGO® Certified Professional - one of only 21 in the world and the only one in the Southern Hemisphere.

Ryan is also the main competition judge on Channel Nine’s blockbuster TV series LEGO® Masters Australia beside host Hamish Blake.

Ryan McNaught, the Brickman
Ryan McNaught, the Brickman. Image: Anna Kučera
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16-year-old Harper Watts has been a huge fan of the Australian Museum for as long as she can remember. Her love for natural history museums is driven for by an abiding passion for palaeontology, herpetology and ornithology.

As an arts scholarship student at Blue Mountains Grammar, Harper responded to the 2020 Covid lockdown by merging her love for science with her innate creativity. When she wasn’t able to attend the Australian Museum due to the lockdown, Harper created her own.

Arts scholarship student Harper Watts
Arts scholarship student Harper Watts. Image: Supplied
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