Alongside this their work in hawk versus the 'tamer' continued.
Up high in a rehearsal space near London Bridge it was great to see so much sky.
What keeps catching my attention when I am near Borough is the sight of the top 'up pointed wings' of the Shard.
"She's gone; I am abused, and my relief
Must be to loathe her. O curse of marriage,
That we can call these delicate creatures ours,
And not their appetites!"
Othello Act III:iii.267
If you tame the wild, do you take from it and therefore diminish what drew you to it in at the start?
"And in conclusion, she shall watch all night:
And if she chance to nod, I'll rail and brawl,
And with the clamour keep her still awake."
Taming of the Shrew Act IV:i.208