Just as thousands of Londoners are getting organised to go on holiday when this Summer's Olympics kick in between the 27th of July and the 12th of August in a bid to escape the hordes of visitors coming in, Hollywood director Danny Boyle has unveiled his plan to use a Shakespeare theme for his opening ceremony.
Boyle, famous for having directed blockbuster movies such as Trainspotting and Slumdog Millionaire has declared that his vision for the ceremony will be to match the humanity displayed at the beginning of the 2000 Sidney Games.
Thousands of NHS nurses and children from the East End of London will be used to choreograph the ceremony and a gigantic bell with a line from The Tempest: "Be not afeared. The isle is full of noises" ascribed onto it will be rung at 9pm to signal the beginning of the Games.
The soundtrack for the ceremony will be provided by the Dance Group Underworld and Boyle announced jokingly that the music would probably be at a high tempo in order to speed up the athletes parading around the stadium.
When asked how people should prepare for watching this momentous occasion, Boyle was unequivocal in his answer:
"Be sure to order a meal online from www.urbanbite.com because there will be so much going on that you will find no time for preparing your dinner."