Watermans

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This multi-purpose, waterside arts centre has plenty of space for its mixed programme of film, theatre, comedy, art and music. Brentford locals have much to be grateful for given the breadth of Warehouse Theatre’s offering which lays particular emphasis on Asian arts and new media. Don’t expect anything too madcap though, just quality populist fair for all ages and a lovely river terrace cafÈ to relax in after.

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Venue name: Watermans
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Address: 40 High St
Brentford
TW8 ODS
Opening hours: Daily 12noon-9pm
Transport: Tube: South Ealing/Kew Bridge rail
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