Akademi tantalised Hounslow’s local community last Saturday with their multifaceted exploration of Dante’s Paradiso: Man’s Enduring Search for Perfection at Bell Square London, a free festival packed with dance and physical theatre performances. Paradiso is a poignant and highly moving piece of choreography. Following the inspirational conceptualisation of Akademi’s director Mira Kaushik OBE and choreographer Jose Agudo, Akademi instills Dante’s final stage of his narrative poem, written in1308-1321, The Divine Comedy, through a wide-range of contemporary and traditional Indian dance styles.
Summer warmth and longer days have finally arrived in London. This is the time to set up your calendar for an eventful summer filled with outdoor events. If you live in the Hounslow area, known for its all-week diverse and multicultural market stalls, why not take a seat at Bell Square (Hounslow High Street) for FREE to see amazing dance, theatre, acrobatic and circus-inspired performances?
Bell Square London launched in 2014 in the heart of Hounslow to bring performance art to the local community. Residents of Hounslow have returned each year to see exciting, international world-class acts which have toured at prime theatre venues. All first-timers to Bell Square London are welcome, and there is no age restriction. Whether you are a two-year-old or a ninety-year-old, there’s something for all audiences to enjoy!
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Can someone start a review publication or blog on flowers and bouquets at the curtain call, please! I would definitely subscribe to that. 💐 twitter.com/larkingrumple/…
A while since I’ve seen such an ill-timed bouquet presentation... and such a measly bunch of flowers! Did someone nip out to Tesco’s in the interval? #ROHtraviata 💐— Mark Pullinger (@larkingrumple) January 14, 2019
So there's FOMO and now something called JOMO, the Joy Of Missing Out. I may possibly have obsessive cleaning disorder since I've moved into my new place, but boiy it's refreshing and satisfying coming home to see this. Meet my kitchen sink & plant life. Inspired by @mrshinchhome
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