Photo by Philip Kleinfled So, two shows down, two different spaces, two sets of audiences and two schmeissers. It has been lovely so far. And what audience feedback I have received. Here are a few of the most gushing; ‘Hilarious, touching, eye opening. So much humanity. Nick is an amazing storyteller.’ ‘Overall a lovely experience, I almost cried and I laughed throughout.’ ‘Beautifully crafted, lots of subtle gentle moments amidst all the laughter. Oh and the laughter. Proper
On the 16th September I will be doing my show at Jamboree on Cable Street in collaboration with Josh and Dan from Klezmer band Don Kipper. Today we have been putting the show together, they have added sound effects, gags and some beautiful pieces of music from their repertoire. My favourite has to be their version of ‘Consider Yourself’' which you can hear in the video. This is a one off show not to be missed. A mixture of schmeissing and klezmer…what more do you want? And
Here is me with the schmeiss team. We have done the first show at Rich Mix and it went down very well. We were lucky enough to have an 81 year old lady who uses Canning Town baths she was getting well involved with the show. The show sold out and some people said they were going to come again. Make sure you get your tickets for the special night of Klezmer and stories and for CPT.
So here is me with my locker on wheels. This locker is my portable schvitz. The whole show fits in here, and you can see the bazen there which was made by Tony 'the one and only' from the baths. This was all put together by Bethany Wells. But the weak link here...the pad lock... last night before the preview it jammed and I could not get my show in a locker out of the locker. So today I am off to find a pair of bolt cutters.