Bloggers are wanted to help spread the word about one of London's premier open-air arts venues.
Organisers have appealed for bloggers to help attract new audiences by writing previews and reviews, and posting photos and videos of the fortnightly spectacles.
Those signing up will get exclusive behind-the-scenes access, with the chance to interview the performers, writers and directors responsible for the shows.
The offer is open to people of all ages, and support is available for those who are less tech-savvy or need help to brush up their writing, video or photography skills.
A number of people are already on board, including Connor Cochrane, who put together the video above explaining the blogging process; the Hounslow journalist, writer and poet Quddous Ahmed ; and Ambreen Razia, writer of acclaimed play The Diary of a Hounslow Girl.
Home of Social founder Eva Keogan, who is running the project, said: "The performances at Bell Square are aimed at people of all ages and backgrounds, so we want to hear from anyone aged five to 500.
"The idea is to get people talking about the amazing array of free shows taking place in their community, whether that's via the main Bell Square blog, YouTube, Facebook or any other medium."
Upcoming performances at Bell Square, where Hounslow High Street meets Bell Road, include:
Saturday, August 13, 11am-6pm: Life Boat, by Institute of Crazy Dancing
Lie back on a hammock aboard a beautiful boat and watch the world slowly revolve around you
Saturday, August 27, 12.30pm and 3.30pm: Block, by No Fit State/Motionhouse
A giant game of Jenga with a difference, in which performers will use a combination of dance and circus skills to navigate their way around and between the boulder-sized playing pieces
For more information about becoming a Bell Square blogger, visit the Bell Square website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.