A quick look behind the scenes of the Shakespeare play, Romeo & Juliet. With interviews and clips from the show.
This reminds me of “The Old Man and the Sea” by Ernest Hemingway, good book.
"‘For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo…’ The star-crossed lovers, doomed by fate: it’s a story we all know. Whether from swooning over Leonardo di Caprio, banging your head against the desk in English lessons in school, or humming along to West Side Story, you may feel it’s been done to death; well the New Theatre proves you wrong.”
Actually might try this
“So Matilda’s strong young mind continued to grow, nurtured by the voices of all those authors who had sent their books out into the world like ships on the sea.”
This is a place where I can comfortably hold a work meeting or introduce to a friend whose looking for something different. Ever since my first visit (incidentally, on the second day they opened) I’ve felt drawn to return; for the coffee, for the space and for the people. Whether I stay for a minute or for an hour, I always feel welcomed as a friend and appreciated as a customer. Places like Sixteen Ounces remind me of why I love doing what I do so much - there’s something about good food and great coffee that always manages to bring people together. Places like this can heal you, enlighten you and bring about the simplest, purest form of contentment.
Sixteen Ounces, Victoria Park - Perth, Western Australia.