Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

Freddy French was not recognised at first when the lights went down, but as soon as he began to sing, welcoming applause rang out. The suffragettes are men in female dress. Two young women enter as dancers, only to be told that the ballet company is on strike, and that policemen will perform. A dozen 'policemen' dance, including among them Freddy who distinguishes himself 'with the steps of a premi?re danseuse'. The entire act is done by men 'which must be gall to Miss Pankhurst'.

Variety Show featuring Frank Cass – vocal comedian

  • Opening Night: 17 June 1907
  • Performance: 22 June 1907
  • Genre: Variety

1. Stacey and Williams – cross-talkers and dancers
2. Tennyson and Wallis – comedians
3. Kartelli – sensational wire act
4. Freddie French and Company present ‘the unprecedented London success “The Suffragettes or Votes! Votes! Votes!”‘
5. Osborne and Brookes – musical comedy duo
6. Tate and Tate – comedy trampoline acrobats
7. Dan Thomas – ‘the Dame of Dames’
8. Maude Esmond – burlesque artiste
9. Clown Barker and his Comedy Circus
10. George D’Albert – versatile comedian
11. Frank Cass – vocal comedian
12. The Barrascope Pictures – ‘Electric Belt’

  • Number of Acts: 12
  • 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: Wire Act; Comedy Trampoline Acrobats
  • Notes: -0