What's On in Brentford this weekend

  Posted: 25.11.21 at 07:30 by Hannah Davenport

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Every Thursday we bring you our top picks of the events in our  What's On section for the coming weekend.

And don't forget, if your business or organisation is running an event, you can advertise it for free with Brentford Nub News.

Simply  follow this link to our What's On section  and click the black 'Nub It' button to get started.

Here are our top event picks for the coming days:

FRIDAY. Peter Pan Pantomime

Peter Pan is this year’s pantomime at the Arts Centre, Hounslow, starting this week!

Pirates and Fairies and Mermaids, oh my, this year's pantomime has everything to get you jumping out of your seat with excitement.

Extra dates already added due to popular demand, book now to avoid disappointment.

At the Arts Centre, Hounslow from 25 - 30 November.

More details here.


SATURDAY. Penultimate day of Enchanted Woodland walk at Syon Park

This is the final weekend of the magical display of lights and music in the Enchanted Woodland event at Syon Park.

The 600-year-old gardens have been illuminated with an array of lighting effects - from high-tech lasers to low tech candles – to take visitors on an atmospheric wintry walk through the historic grounds as darkness falls.

Don’t miss your chance to see it!

Click here to find out more.


SUNDAY. Brentford FC vs Everton

The home game between Brentford FC and Everton this Sunday starts a run of ten matches in five weeks that ends with Brentford’s match against Aston Villa on 2 January.

Brentford come in to the game on the back of a frantic three-three draw with Newcastle United last Saturday.

The draw leaves Brentford 14th in the Premier League table, two points and three places behind Everton.

Kick off at 2pm at Brentford Community Stadium. Good luck The Bees!

More details here.


SUNDAY. Free tree collection day at Dukes Meadow

This Sunday, 28 November is the first collection day for the Council’s free tree scheme for Hounslow residents.

Hounslow Council announced they will be giving 500 free trees to residents ahead of the COP26 UN climate summit.

As part of the Council’s commitment to plant a tree for each child born in the borough each year, Hounslow residents will be able to collect a free tree to plant in their own garden.

To receive a free tree, residents of Hounslow must register their interest first.

The first tree collection is taking place this Sunday at Dukes Meadows, Chiswick from 10am to 2pm.

More details here.


For more local events, follow this link to our What’s On page!

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