The latest edition of Blocks Magazine arrives in UK stores later this week and here’s what you can expect to discover in issue 113. The upcoming new issue takes a closer look at the LEGO® Ideas Telephone Box and has two of them to give away. Plus there are reviews of new LEGO sets, build instructions and more. The new issue is arriving to subscribers now and will be available in selected stores on or around March 7th, 2024. Learn more below.


LEGO Telephone Box, unreleased monorails and Spacebaby build in Blocks magazine Issue 113

Blocks magazine Issue 113 is absolutely packed with interviews and insights into LEGO experiences new and old – find out how a fan’s Telephone Box model became an official set, discover the monorail system that could have been and get the story behind LEGO House’s newest experience.

Issue 113 is available worldwide as part of a subscription or a single issue at now and will be in UK stores from March 7.

We’re giving away two 21347 Red London Telephone Box sets! To be in with a chance of winning, take out a subscription before April 3, 2024. You’ll be entered into a new draw every month for the duration of your subscription!

In Issue 113, LEGO fan John Cramp and LEGO Designer Marina Stampoli discuss taking a British icon and delivering it as a compelling, attractive model to build and display. Senior Designer Sven Franic then talks about a very different challenge – analysing the natural, irregular shape of a kingfisher and capturing it in a beautiful Icons set.

There’s one classic piece of LEGO transportation that is universally loved by fans – the monorail. Only a few Town and Space sets using the monorail cars and track were released in the late 1980s and early 1990s, but there was so much more on the drawing board for this system. Blocks has a tantalising peek into an alternate future!

Returning to the present, LEGO House has just opened the new Build the Change experience. Find out what it’s all about and how the creative team behind it found a way to deliver sustainability in a way that appeals to guests of all ages.

40712 Micro Rocket Launchpad recently introduced micro Classic Space figures! Whether you use one of those tiny characters or the beloved Spacebaby, you can build a modern version of 6824 Space Dart I specifically scaled for these miniaturised astronauts by following a set of exclusive instructions.

That’s just a taste of what’s in Blocks magazine Issue 113 – this month’s 116 pages also contain the real reason stickers are so common, LEGO food that looks good enough to eat, the dangers of bat-obsession and much more.

Blocks is giving away two 21347 Red London Telephone Box sets! To be entered into the prize draw and to get Blocks magazine delivered every month – ahead of the shops – visit and check out the money-saving subscription deals available.

Everyone who subscribes to the print edition by April 3 will be in with a chance of winning (existing subscribers will automatically be entered into the prize draw).

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