A carnival atmosphere was created by 20,000 people over two days as giant puppets and animal costumes took over the streets of Hounslow.
With the sun shining, people were out in droves over the weekend to watch 18 colourful parades at the Night of Festivals around the High Street, Treaty Centre and Bell Square, on July 11 and 12.
Costumes from pigs and frogs to a troupe of cows and bulls, as well as a skeleton, paraded down the street to the beat of live drummers and singers.
The highlight was the giant King John puppet procession - to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta - with dozens of children holding onto the 20m-long parchment.
Participants were from Babel School of Dance, Speak Out in Hounslow, West Thames College, Saga Indian Dance Group and Hounslow Community Hall.
Organisers ArtReach worked with charities including Inspire Hounslow and Cultural Community Solutions to put on the event.
ArtReach director David Hill said: “It was fantastic to have such a brilliant reception in Hounslow and to see a smile on everyone’s face in the High Street.
"So many people got into the fun and had a dance or joined in.
"It was fantastic. I hope we can come back next year!”
Processions were brought to life thanks to the creativity from Mandinga Arts who have graced the world's best carnivals including Notting Hill, Rhythms of the City and Sabar Sounds.