Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

Jerks the Butler' gives Vasey and Ramsey the opportunity to demonstrate some excellent step dancing. Amber Austin sings a good song - 'The Oyster Man'.

Variety Show featuring Miss Kitty Gordon – in her recent successes, including her famous ‘Black Butterfly’ song

  • Opening Night: 11 November 1907
  • Performance: 16 November 1907
  • Genre: Variety

1. Wilfred Barnard – the popular young character impersonator
2. Caryl Wilbur and Company – a comedy ’61, Prospect Street’
3. The Mayfair Comedy Quartette – ‘in their original humorous Operatic Absurdity’
4. Flem and Brok – eccentric aerial boxers
5. Charles F. Best as MacBunker the Mountebank
6. Vasey and Ramsey present their latest creation ‘Jerks, the Butler’
7. Amber Austin – ‘quaint and eccentric comedienne and dancer’
8. Miss Kitty Gordon – in her recent successes, including her famous ‘Black Butterfly’ song
9. Will. E. Haines – vocal character comedian
10. The Barrascope Pictures – ‘On the Brink’

  • Number of Acts: 10
  • Number of Performances: 13
  • Performance Times: No Performance on Thursday 14 November 1907, owing to the Great Mass Meeting of the National Union of Conservatives, which is to be held in this Theatre. There will be a Special Matinee on Wednesday November 13 instead of Thursday.
  • Circus: Aerial Boxers
  • Notes: No Performance on Thursday, 14 November, 1907, owing to the Great Mass Meeting of the National Union of Conservatives, which is to be held in this Theatre. There will be a Special Matinee on Wednesday, November 13 instead of Thursday.