A Free Waterside Cinema, Floating Bands And More - At The Brentford Project's Summer Series

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Last Updated 21 June 2024

A Free Waterside Cinema, Floating Bands And More - At The Brentford Project's Summer Series

This is a sponsored article on behalf of The Brentford Project.

A residential development by a picturesque canal
An exciting summer lies ahead at The Brentford Project, and its beautifully restored Workhouse Dock.

Floating musicians, classic car boot sales and an al fresco cinema by the canal are on the summer line-up at The Brentford Project in west London.

A stunning new waterside development by Ballymore, The Brentford Project blends residential, commercial and leisure — plus lashings of greenery — to create a cobbled waterfront quarter studded with boutique shops (Mother Rugger, Hewson Books) and tasty places to eat (Sam's Waterside, GAIL's). A wonderful place to live (and many of its apartments have IMPRESSIVE views), The Brentford Project is also home to a fun-loving community of people — plus plenty of events to get stuck into.

Case in point: Summer on the Water — a series of vibrant events on the newly-revamped Workhouse Dock, running from June-August. It kicks off on Saturday 29 June with Festival on the Water — a free, day-long blowout where you can peruse market stalls, tuck into delicious street food and sit at the water's edge while watching live musicians play on a floating barge. There's also a very special car boot sale courtesy of Duke of London, where you can snaffle up vintage clothing, automobilia, artwork and vinyls — sold from classic cars and supercars!

An open plan apartment looking out over a leafy prospect
Some of the apartments at The Brentford Project have stunning vistas of London.

Monday 1 July sees the launch of Everyman on the Water — The Brentford Project's very own waterside cinema. Here you'll be able to watch the Wimbledon tennis action from 1-14 July, then catch a series of Hollywood blockbuster hits and family faves right through until Saturday 31 August. And guess what — all screenings are totally free!

Even more exciting: to celebrate the launch of Everyman on the Water, The Brentford Project is running a competition with Everyman — who are redefining cinema with their beautiful venues, quality food and drink offerings, top-rate staff and impeccable film selection. you can win an overnight stay in an exclusive show apartment at The Brentford Project with full access to the residents spa and clubhouse, a £100 voucher for Sam’s Waterside, an all-new waterside restaurant, plus two Everyman cinema tickets for a venue of your choice Enter the competition here.

There's plenty more going on throughout the summer months at The Brentford Project: stay tuned into the Summer on the Water events page.

Summer on the Water, The Brentford Project, June-August 2024, lots of events are free but you'll need to book.