You can watch classic films while supping cocktails beside the Thames in Brentford this weekend.
Open-air screenings of Grease, Some Like It Hot and The Grand Budapest Hotel will take place during Watermans' The River Weekender, which is part of the Totally Thames Festival.
A children's treasure hunt with Old Father Thames, a whale with a mini-theatre in its belly and a video installation inspired by crossings along the Thames are among other highlights at the riverside arts venue during the weekend.
* A Treasure Hunt with Old Father Thames, for children aged two to eight, is on Saturday and Sunday, with four performances each day. Participants can hear tales from a master storyteller, learn a dance and hunt for the Goddess Isis, who protected the river for hundreds of years. Tickets cost £5 per child.
* Free activities in the gallery include a private view of work produced during the Urban Ambush youth arts festival and the video installation Crossings.
* The Family Cinema strand continues on Sat 20 & Sun 21 September at 11 am continues with The Jungle Book and The Goonies.
* Adult cinema-goers can watch films as the sun sets on the riverside terrace each evening between Friday and Sunday, with a free cocktail or mocktail included in the ticket price.
For more details and to book tickets, call the box office on 020 8232 1010 or visit www.watermans.org.uk