Watermans Art Centre
OverviewWatermans is West London’s arts centre, located in a stunning riverside location in Brentford, opposite Kew Gardens. We present a thriving year-round programme of cinema, fringe theatre, exhibitions and workshops, and are an independent charity with a wide outreach programme. Our mission is to bring communities together through cultural participation. We exist to enrich lives through the arts and creativity.
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Access To Toilets
Backstage facilities are also accessible to disabled performers.
If you wish to book a carer ticket before the phone lines open at 1pm, please call General Enquiries on 020 8232 1019 and we will book you in. Please note, this applies to carer bookings only.
Accessing Visual Information
After our testing phase for audio description in February, we are moving forward with audio description screenings. We will now be combining our Hard of Hearing screenings with audio description. This means the subtitles will be on screen for the duration of the film and if requested, customers using our headsets would be given a narration of anything that is unspoken during the film.
The headsets can be collected from Box Office upon arrival. Please look out for these symbols below online and in our cinema brochures.
Please be aware that only the audio description comes through the headsets, not the dialogue also. All patrons are welcome.
Accessing Audible Information
We offer assisted hearing headsets for many of our screenings which can be collected from the Box Office upon arrival. The soundtrack can be heard from our regular speakers but also through the headsets for enhanced hearing.
We always have at least one Hard of Hearing screening of each film once a week, which features subtitles for the duration of the film (unless the film does not come with this version embedded) Please look for the ear icon against the film or on our website.