The latest edition of Blocks Magazine arrives in UK stores next week and here’s what you can expect to discover in issue 114. The upcoming new issue takes a closer look at the new LEGO® Disney Snow White set and chats with the set’s designer. There’s an interview with the actor who played the legendary Nick Bluetooth from the Galidor show. 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 April 4th, 2024. Learn more below.


Exclusive interviews with LEGO Snow White model designer and the real Nick Bluetooth in Blocks magazine Issue 114

Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, it’s off to build we go! Blocks magazine Issue 114 features a look inside 43242 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ Cottage with the model designer, an exclusive interview with Matthew Ewald (the actor behind Nick Bluetooth), instructions to build a goat pen and much more.

Issue 114 is available worldwide as part of a subscription or a single issue at now and will be in UK stores from April 4.

We’re giving away 43242 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ Cottage! To be in with a chance of winning, take out a subscription before May 1, 2024. You’ll be entered into a new draw every month for the duration of your subscription!

Senior Designer Ryan Baird-Van Woerkom had the enviable task of turning the central location from cinema’s first full length animated feature into a LEGO Disney set for adults. Find out how he solved the design challenges that came with taking a 2D design and transforming it into 43242 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ Cottage.

Galidor is a theme that fans like to raise an eyebrow at – but one person has a unique perspective on the LEGO Group’s ill-fated action figure range that launched with an epic live action sci-fi TV series in 2002. Matthew Ewald was cast as Nick Bluetooth in the show and experienced the highs of being the lead in a big budget show for children – and the lows of seeing it fail due to influences outside of his control. He shares his fascinating story in an incredibly candid interview.

The goat is back! Blocks is determined not to let it get away again though, so this issue includes instructions for building a medieval farm pen. It’s flexible too – so no matter how many goats you are collecting, you can make space for all of them. There are more designer insights as Henrik Rubin Saaby explains how he continued the Castle renaissance with 10332 Medieval Town Square.

LEGO House is paying homage to the three core building systems – System, Technic and DUPLO – in the venue’s new limited edition set. Take a look at the sketch model and see how it evolved to become the finished souvenir. On the topic of systems, the first part in a new ongoing feature reveals how the foundations were laid for Modulex – a strange range of tiny bricks from the 1960s.

That barely scratches the surface of what you’ll find in Blocks Issue 114 – this month’s 116 page magazine also includes instructions for building a modern version of the classic dragon, an interview with LEGO artist Nathan Sawaya, the story of how LEGO bricks are made and much, much more.

Blocks is giving away 43242 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ Cottage! 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 May 1 will be in with a chance of winning (existing subscribers will automatically be entered into the prize draw).

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