Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

Charles Stanton sang 'True to Death' in two distinct voices, and then 'Always' in a soprano voice, 'reaching his top notes as easily as a prima donna'. The audience try in vain to trick Datas - one would-be funny man asked the date of birth of an imaginary person. Datas proved equal to the occasion - 'April 01, same day as yours, sir'.

Variety Show featuring Dorothy L. Clark – comedienne “How Would You Like to Have to Love Me”

  • Opening Night: 14 October 1907
  • Performance: 19 October 1907
  • Genre: Variety

1. Charles Santon – male soprano and double-voiced vocalist
2. Harry Carlton – ‘the popular comedian as Billy Shine in “The Window Cleaner” – supported by his renowned Comedy Team’
3. Datas – ‘the Memory Man – the Living Encyclopaedia’
4. The Klein Family – marvellous trick cyclists
5. Mabel Hind – character comedienne
6. Robert Ganthony – humorous sketching entertainment ‘Black Art’
7. Lanos and Montes – ‘the World’s greatest original eccentrics’
8. Dorothy L. Clark – comedienne ‘How Would You Like to Have to Love Me’
9. The Barrascope Pictures – ‘Old Mashers’
10. Ford Williams – the celebrated Welsh Basso

  • Number of Acts: 10
  • Number of Performances: 13
  • Performance Times: Monday to Saturday at 18:00 and 21:00 with a matinee performance on Thursday at 14:30
  • Circus: Trick Cyclists
  • Notes: -0