Today's blog has been written by our social media ambassador Cathie who came along to the Bell Square performance of H.O.H by Far from the Norm. Here's her take on the event and some amazing photos she captured on the day too - just check out the gallery below - just click on the images to see the whole sequence. Thanks again Catherine and we look forward to welcoming you back soon.
The Bell Square London team is always busy finding ways to engage with the local community to create more buzz around our season of events and 2017 is no different.
Our blogger in residence, Mary of TrendFEM came along to watch Akademi at Bell Square recently. We were very excited to host her as we knew she would not be disappointed by the whole experience.
Last year we introduced the Bell Square Bloggers to help spread the word about Bell Square and this year we have extended the programme and will be working with two amazing London culture bloggers to keep a record of the brilliant events at Hounslow's favourite outdoor arts venue. We will be running our first Bell Square Bloggers in Residence this year to bring an outside perspective to you all and help you keep up to date with events you might have missed. Make sure you keep your diary up to date by visiting our What's On page so you don't miss any of the performances though.
What a wonderful end to the Big Dance Bus! The journey of the iconic London bus ended on September the 10th in Bell Square, with the rainy weather reflecting the sadness of such an amazing event coming to an end.
This post has been written by Bell Square London blogger Navjot Kahlon.
On the 27th of August, Hounslow's Bell Square was enlightened by the presence of No Fit State and Motion House as they performed "Block". What this consisted of was 20 Jenga-like blocks that were tactfully used by the circus performers and dancers to portray a beautiful and interesting performance for the public.
Hello Everyone! My name is Navjot and I'm joining the team of Bell Square Bloggers to review and inform you of all the amazing events happening in Bell Square. I've been going to Hounslow for as long as I can remember, but it was only a few years ago that I moved into the heart of Hounslow permanently. Living near Bell Square is such an experience as the joy of casually seeing such extravagant events on your way to and from home is incomparable to anything else.
I've been coming to Hounslow all my life and it is really exciting to see quality arts events happening here. I work with Watermans, the arts centre in Brentford, and have been involved in Bell Square myself in 2015. This year I have become the first Bell Square Blogger.
We are looking for local dance groups or individuals to have the opportunity to perform at the Big Dance Bus event on 10 September at Bell Square.
Please contact Seth Richardson email@example.com to find out more or register your interest.
Connor Cochrane is joining the Bell Square bloggers and will the be first to post about Company Chameleon, the dance and theatre company which will be performing on May 21 at 1pm and 3.30pm on Bell Square.
If you love Bell Square events and want to share your point of view, then why not volunteer as a Bell Square Blogger?
You'll join a small team of people who photograph, video, write about and share THEIR experience of Bell Square events and what they mean to the local community.