The Brentford Project began as a new cultural initiative by Ballymore, conceived to celebrate the creative diversity of the town and establish it as a bold platform for the arts, live music and food - an inclusive place that showcases and promotes the enjoyment of being on the waterfront, with an appreciation for culture and community. Located on Brentford’s Catherine Wheel Road - with its distinctive blue road and yards – the former warehouse was transformed into this unique, dedicated event space in 2019. Since opening its doors, it has play host to a wide range of events and experiences, from live music and dance, exercise classes and dining experiences through to creative art classes and exhibitions – all celebrating the very best of west London and designed to offer an insight into the vision for the future of the town. Accessible to all, it is also available for free-of-charge hire by local community groups.
The Brentford Project is also the first step towards establishing a new town centre. Uniquely located at the meeting point of the River Thames and River Brent, The Brentford Project will see the transformation of 11.8 acres in the very heart of Brentford, which will revitalise the south half of the high street, and reimagine historic yards and lanes to reconnect the high street to the waterfront. Alongside 876 new homes, The Brentford Project will bring an extensive, thriving mix of dining, entertaining and shopping amenities, and public spaces to this well-connected west London neighbourhood – including a new foodie destination, Workhouse Dock, and Waterfront Square, a dedicated space for outdoor markets, performance and public events.
Twenty artists from Redlees Studios in Isleworth will showing their work at the Brentford Project Event Space at the bottom of Catherine Wheel Road (the blue road) in Brentford.
There will be a curated selling exhibition including painting, ceramics, jewellery, textiles and fashion, and photography.
The artists look forward to welcoming you to this unique warehouse space, which is located on the historic canal side.