Bisola Bello | The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

Bisola Bello


2017 - 2018 The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, MA Movement: Directing and Teaching
2014 - 2017 Northampton University , BA Hons Dance



2018 Teaching Movement to BA Musical Theatre students - BA (Hons) Acting - Musical Theatre - The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (Anna Healy )


2018 Dancer - The Army - The Army - Yard theatre (Anton Mirto )

2017 Dancer - Unskin - Film - Ugly dock (Elcid Asaei )

2017 Dancer - The Invisible Man - The Invisible Man - Rich Mix (Paul Morris )

2017 Dancer - The Space - The Playground Company - Isham Studio (Becca Thomas )

2016 Dancer - This is not me - The Playground Company - Islam Studio (Vania Monteiro)

2016 Dancer - Floor - The Playground Company - Islam Studio (Bernadette Iglich)

2015 Dancer - 2:1 - Kansaze Dance Company - Rich Mix, Camden Peoples' Theatre, Sutton Theatre (Rachel Nanyonjo )

2015 Dancer - Iyalode of Eti - Utopia Theatre - Rich Mix, Arcola Theatre (Moji Kareem)

2013 Dancer - Riot Offspring (Rite of Spring) - (Rite of Spring) - Sadler's Wells Theatre (Sébastien Ramirez and Pascal Merighi )


Bisola's passion for movement is anchored within her West African dance heritage. Her movement practice also integrates contemporary and Hip Hop dance forms. This movement merger came from her long years of improvising and exploring different ranges of movement qualities, she found that the three dance styles allow a range of motion for the spine and pelvis, and are instrumental in awakening the senses. Through improvisation Bisola explores free flow in the search for new expressive movement vocabularies.

Bisola has always aspired to teach her movement exploration to movers and non-movers, through the discovery of the Ido portal.

During her BA in Dance Bisola taught young children in Northampton and advocated West African dance forms. She also found herself directing, teaching and choreographing actors and dancers for the final project of her BA, which motivated her to refine her teaching approach for actors. Bisola is now working both as a dancer and movement practitioner, teaching, learning and developing as an artist. 


Contemporary, Modern, Cuban Brazilian and West African dance, Jazz, Commercial, Latin American, Strong Improvisation, Great Strength, Flexibility Good, Contract Improvisation, teaching, yoga, runner, cycle, hair making.


Yoruba, French, English