A spectacular rain sculpture made from condoms will be among the highlights of a three-day riverside arts festival at the weekend.
The arts centre in Brentford High Street will also host outdoor film screenings, live music and cabaret, as well as children's theatre during the weekend, as part of the Totally Thames Festival.
Visitors will be invited to use a condom, some blue water and a tiny light to help Spanish art troupe Luz Interruptus create a canopy of 5,000 giant raindrops throughout the weekend.
Cabaret artists The Ruby Dolls will on Saturday night present their witty and inventive mix of music dance and comedy, Rubies on the River, which delighted audiences at the Edinburgh Festival.
Tea Dance for Little People will be back on the Saturday and Sunday following last year's sell-out run, inviting children to take the plunge into an underwater world in their interactive family adventure Our A-Maze-In River.
Youngsters can get their laughs at comedy cabaret The Sea Show, in which they will be introduced to a watery cast of characters and shanties created by Craig Johnson, for the acclaimed Kneehigh Theatre group.
There will also be outdoor screenings of film classics from Goldfinger to Muriel's Wedding taking place across the weekend, and various free activities including the chance to add your nautical doodles to a giant cube, soak up some lunchtime jazz, enjoy a digital installation about the role of water in our lives and check out an exhibition of original Mick Inkpen Kipper the Dog illustrations.