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Interviews and Features

August 26, 2015

Jewish Chronicle

Having a shvitz: Working up a nostalgic head of steam. 

Going to Spurs didn’t cut it for Nick Cassenbaum. But the shvitz was something else. Now he is extolling its virtues in a one man show.

Article by Rosa Doherty

August 28, 2015

Jewish Chronicle podcast

Nick talking to the JC all about the schvitz and the show.

October 04, 2016

YidLife Crisis

YidLife Global Shtetl

In the drunken conclusion to the tour of London’s Jewish East End, Eli and Jamie meet up with Nick Cassenbaum, creator of the hit show BUBBLE SCHMEISIS, who feeds them un-kosher delicacies and talks about bonding in the steam baths with his granddad. 

September 18, 2016

Sick of the Fringe

Lewis Church talks about the show. 

Nick Cassenbaum’s performance is about Jewish identity, and the self-care ritual of the Schvitz, an intergenerational steam bath that unfolds as a psychogeographic narrative of the Jewish East End. It has orbiting interests of personal, urban and cultural history, and through them questions the identities of individuals, groups and cities.

November 12, 2016

Newham Recoder

Theatre-maker bares all about Canning Town Schvitz and Jewish identity.

Interview with Nick ahead of the Stratford Circus show. 

August 22, 2015

Ilford Recorder

Fancy a schvitz? Woodford theatre maker searches for Jewish identity in modern London.

July 31, 2016

The New Current

Interview with Nick ahead of the fringe 2016

July 12, 2016

EDINBURGH 2016: BWW Q&A - Bubble Schmeisis

Broadway world Scotland interview with Nick for Edinburgh Festival 2016

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