Watermans Art Centre (Brentford, Middlesex) Reviews
Description:Address: 40 High Street / Brentford TW8 0DS / Middlesex / Tel: 020 8232 1019
Newest Review: ... my six-year-old grandson, Jack with me and we had hoped to see a film, unfortunately we had got the day wrong. We used the toilets in the foyer and I saw a sign that described the ongoing exhibition. Intrigued by this we got two torches from the booking office and went through a curtain into a darkened area with stark trees, looking white in the ultra-violet lighting. Each shrub or tree had ... more
Customer Watermans Art Centre (Brentford, Middlesex) Reviews (1)
by - written on 24/08/11, updated on 25/08/11 (Very useful, 95 readings)
On my regular family visits to London I have found some very special places that don't seem to appear in the usual guidebooks. Watermans is one such place and I am amazed that more people don't know about it. I discovered it while going on a children's theatre visit and fell in love with the place, its many facilities and its superb location. I would urge anyone who intends to visit the southwest area of London to make an effort to visit here you wouldn't be disappointed. First I'll give you an overview of the place, it's aims and funding which I'll take mostly from their website as it would be difficult to put it into better words than myself, though it will ... Read the complete review
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